SCOTUS: Keeps immigration limits in place indefinitely

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Supreme Court keeps immigration limits in place indefinitely​


WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is keeping pandemic-era limits on immigration in place indefinitely, dashing hopes of immigration advocates who had been anticipating their end this week.

In a ruling Tuesday, the Supreme Court extended a temporary stay that Chief Justice John Roberts issued last week. Under the court’s order, the case will be argued in February and the stay will be maintained until the justices decide the case.

The limits, often referred to as Title 42 in reference to a 1944 public health law, were put in place under then-President Donald Trump at the beginning of the pandemic. Under the restrictions, officials have expelled asylum-seekers inside the United States 2.5 million times and turned away most people who requested asylum at the border on grounds of preventing the spread of COVID-19.


Didn't want to start a new thread.

if california lawyers get involved, they're gonna sue the boat manufacturer for making an unsafe immigration boat, causing the legislature to create a new law requiring safety tags, inside the boats, that clearly defines whether or not the boat they just entered is a certified immigration hauling boat or not

it's for the children and it'll be made available, at a nominal cost, for official retrofitting, in both an english and spanglish version
Going to need them to send to the South China Sea.
Abbott going to contracting a lot more buses I guess.
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