texas v united states
So. The Supreme Court has ruled on the immigration case of Texas v U.S. It was a split decision, four to four decision. What do you make out of this?
The justices added an unexpected constitutional wrinkle to the case.
Will the court hear and issue a decision on Obama's immigration policy before he leaves the White House?
My difficulty with Judge Hanen's massively overwritten 123-page opinion in Texas v. United States is not that Texas got past threshold procedural barriers to judicial review. It is that, in an ideologically driven opinion, Judge Hanen simply gets the law wrong.