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President Donald Trump pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff who illegally used racial profiling to enforce immigration laws, on Aug. 25. [Read More]
State and local officials may see it as permission to pursue more aggressive federal immigration tactics. [Read More]
(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) [Read More]
(THE CONVERSATION) President Trump's new executive order on immigration addresses some of the legal problems found by courts in the Jan. 27 original order, but... [Read More]
Read more about Donald Trump loses appeal, but travel ban fight isn't over yet on Business Standard. The executive order bans for 90 days the... [Read More]
The court's wide ruling leaving Trump's executive order suspended is notable for the legal issues it did not touch. [Read More]
The court's wide ruling leaving Trump's executive order suspended is notable for the legal issues it did not touch. [Read More]
After a Seattle federal judge ordered a nationwide halt to enforcing the executive order on February 3, the Trump Justice Department petitioned the three-judge appeals... [Read More]
Read more about Donald Trump's immigration ban: Here are the best arguments against it on Business Standard. The order arguably violates both a federal statute... [Read More]
Attorneys have various routes against Trump's executive order but a ruling that it violates the Establishment Clause would strike down the whole scheme. [Read More]
Attorneys have various routes against Trump's executive order but a ruling that it violates the Establishment Clause would strike down the whole scheme. [Read More]
The order arguably violates both a federal statute and one or more sections of the Constitution – depending on whether the immigrant is already in... [Read More]
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