Non-starter. Dead on Arrival. That’s how Democrats and Dreamers are describing a list of immigration policies the White House released Sunday evening.
Appellate judges on Monday ruled that parts of the State’s immigration-enforcement legislation can go into effect while the case plays out on appeal.
Last month, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia halted the part of the bill that required jail officials to honor all detainers.
News of the detentions was first reported by The Monitor in McAllen.
The Trump Administration has made it official: It is ending DACA, which has granted relief to hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants.
Citing unnamed White House sources, Politico reported late Sunday that Trump has decided to end DACA.
A federal district judge on ruled against the State of Texas and halted the “sanctuary cities” law just days before it was scheduled to go into effect.
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed the State’s lawsuit against Travis County and other defendants over the state’s new immigration enforcement law.
The Justice Department filed a statement of interest in the federal court case over Texas’ Senate Bill 4.
The bill heads to Gov. Greg Abbott, who declared the legislation an “emergency item” and is expected to sign it.