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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to referee a dispute about an odd piece of U.S. citizenship law that treats men and women differently. The justices said they will hear a case about a law that applies only to children born outside the U.S. to one parent who is […]

AUSTIN – The U.S. Supreme Court deadlocked Thursday over a lawsuit filed by Texas and 25 other states against President Obama’s 2014 executive action regarding immigration. The one-sentence ruling leaves in place a preliminary injunction pending a hearing before a federal judge in Brownsville, Texas. According to the Washington, D.C.-based […]

by Stephen A. Nuño The Supreme Court seems divided over President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), giving a temporary reprieve to young undocumented immigrants, and Congress has made little progress in ending the gridlock over immigration reform. Despite the standstill in Washington D.C., some states, especially California, […]