Tag Archives: Migrants

Supreme Court Halts Texas’ Immigration Law, Sets Stage for Legal Showdown on State Authority

Gov. Greg Abbott

Jimmy Williams The Supreme Court has temporarily blocked Texas’ controversial immigration law that would empower state officers to arrest individuals suspected of entering the U.S. illegally. The move comes after the Justice Department requested intervention, highlighting concerns about the law’s impact on the federal government’s immigration authority and its potential …

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Biden’s Go-Ahead For Added Border Wall Draws Criticism From Democrats In Congress

US-Mexico border

Ariana Figueroa, Florida Phoenix U.S. congressional Democrats are frustrated with the White House’s decision to allow for the construction of additional border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. “Walls don’t work. It’s that simple,” Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal of Washington state wrote on X, formerly Twitter. “If we really want …

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Illegal Border Crossings Dip To Lowest Level In Over 2 Years

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In June, illegal border crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border reached their lowest level since President Joe Biden’s first month in office. Border officials apprehended 99,545 individuals between ports of entry, marking a significant 42 percent drop from May. This decline follows the Biden administration’s implementation of new immigration policies aimed …

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