United States v. Texas
FAIR President Dan Stein on the most important case the Supreme Court will decide this year.
When the Supreme Court decides the U.S. v. Texas case, what is at stake is nothing less than the entire premise of more than a century of immigration policy: Namely, the legitimacy of laws that restrict immigration in order to protect the social, economic, and security interests of the American people. read the full article
In 2014, President Obama used executive action to grant a de facto amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. Through DAPA and expansion of the DACA program, up to 5 million illegal aliens could not only be protected from deportation, but also be authorized to live and work in the United States, and become eiligible for state-managed public benefits. In response to the president’s unconstitutional actions, 26 states across the country filed a lawsuit in order to prevent these amnesty plans from being executed.
In 2015, a district court judge sided with the state plaintiffs and issued an injunction that blocked the implementation of the executive amnesty; a decision that was later upheld by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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What You Can Do
If the Supreme Court gives President Obama this irrevocable power, Congress and the American people will be without recourse to stop a president’s admission of millions more people regardless of our laws. We will lose our national self-determination and be at the mercy of a lawless president.
Sign the petition. Let it be known that you agree that the Supreme Court should demand that the President enforce this nation’s immigration laws.
Write the U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Tell them that you want the court to uphold our constitutional principles and the rule of law by demanding that the President enforce this nation's immigration laws. Mail your letter to:
The Supreme Court of the United States
One First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20543
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