Biden Has No Policy to Deter Illegal Immigration, but the Fight Isn’t Over Yet

By Andrew R. Arthur on July 2, 2022

In a blow to states that sued the Biden administration to bring the border under control, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Department of Homeland Security isn’t required to continue the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocols — better known as “Remain in Mexico” — and that lower courts can’t force the government to send illegal migrants back across the border to await their immigration hearings.

That opinion punted to the lower courts the most important questions: Can the administration continue releasing thousands of migrants daily? And what obligations does the president have to enforce the laws Congress wrote?


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