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States ask federal judge to put restraining order on Obama’s immigration reforms

Legal counsel for 25 states have asked United States District Judge Andrew Hanen to block President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration. The actions will effectively prevent deportation of 5 million people who are considered illegal immigrants. KeyeTV reports that Texas is the primary state behind this move. Hanen earlier accused the Obama administration of criminal “child smuggling” by allowing […]


Legal scholars declare Obama’s immigration reform lawful

Over a hundred immigration professors and scholars publicly declared on November 25 that President Barack Obama’s action protecting several million illegal immigrants in the United States from deportation is constitutional, considering Obama’s rights to do so under his executive powers, the News & Advance reported. Obama’s measures, which were put into place the third week of November, […]


Mexican consulate in Austin attempts to ease rhetorical tension

Austin-based Mexican consulate Rosalba Ojeda issued a statement urging the mutual cooperation between Mexico and Texas after tensions mounted between the Texas and Mexican governments, the Austin-American Statesman reported on September 13. Ojeda suggested that a recent statement from Perry’s office should be seen as an avenue for open dialogue between the two political bodies. The statement, given […]

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