Supreme Court to Review 2 of Trump’s Major Immigration Policies The court adds to a docket of cases that will test the president’s agenda.

2 of Trump’s Major Immigration Policies to be Reviewed by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to review two major Trump administration immigration policies, adding them to a docket now crowded with cases that will test President Trump’s agenda and policies. The cases the court took on Monday are challenges to a program that has forced at least 60,000 asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their requests are heard and the diversion of $2.5 billion in Pentagon money to build a barrier on the southwestern border.

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Immigration policies hang in the balance as U.S. Senate prepares for fight over Ginsburg's successor

Immigration policies hang in the balance as U.S. Senate prepares for fight over Ginsburg’s successor

“With this administration doing extreme action on immigration, certainly that’s created an ample pipeline of cases that could potentially come to the Supreme Court for resolution,” said Thomas A. Saenz, the president and general counsel of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, or MALDEF.

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