Brief Filed in Immigration Case

Attorney General Ken Paxton continues to press his case when it comes to the President’s immigration plan.

The Attorney General has filed a “merits brief” with the U.S. Supreme Court which outlines the State’s arguments against the President’s plan to give legal status to millions of people who came to the United States illegally.

That case is expected to go before the Justices next month. In a statement, Paxton said the President himself has sand numerous times he alone does not have the authority to grant millions of unauthorized people the benefits of legal status.

Texas has led twenty-six states in challenging the President’s order. The High Court is expected to decide by the end of June.


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