Aug 03, 2015

White House pushes back at lawsuit by Louisiana and other states challenging president's immigration order | NOLA.com

WASHINGTON -- The White House and some prominent law professors are pushing back at a lawsuit filed by Louisiana and 23 other states attempting to get President Barack Obama's immigration executive order declared unconstitutional. Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell joined the lawsuit last week, saying the president overstepped his authority by acting to temporarily block deportations...

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