Trump’s Immigration Plan Brings Several Early Legal Challenges
President Trump’s immigration orders over the weekend brought both protests and legal challenges, with several judges ordering halts to the program and scholars offering opinions. The Washington Post had a good article outlining the civil concerns, including listing some of the groups opposing the move:
“… the American Civil Liberties Union, which won the injunction from a New York judge Saturday, immigrant legal aid societies, public-interest groups and the alliance of 16 state attorney generals.”
The story also predicted more challenges under both constitutional grounds and legal decisions over decades.
See the WaPo story here: