Texas federal judge leaves block on Obama immigration plan in place

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(Reuters) – A federal judge in Texas on Monday declined to lift a block of the White House’s immigration plan for at least 10 more days, court records show.

U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen in Brownsville, a city along the border with Mexico, issued a preliminary injunction last month halting President Barack Obama’s plans that would have shielded millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.

On Monday, Hanen said in a one-page order that the court will not rule on any pending motions at least until a court hearing set for March 19, where government attorneys will have to explain a filing that said some 100,000 people had been given three-year periods of deferred action prior to the judge’s injunction…

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  • Brett_McS

    The Federal Government has flat-out ignored the injunction. As the lawyers at Powerline note, Obama is taking the Jacksonian line: OK, the judge has made his decision. Now what is he going to do about it?

    • Frau Katze

      Things seem to be coming to an impasse in the US. In the parliamentary countries the ruling party can do anything want.

  • FactsWillOut

    “Thugs who rule us continue to fuck us over”.
    Fixed it for you.

    • Stronger Than Dirt

      haha

  • Freedom

    This Judge is a very brave man