SCOTUS okays law letting Texas police arrest migrants suspected of illegally crossing border

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Texas to enforce a law that allows local police to arrest migrants suspected of crossing the border illegally. The ruling comes a day after the court extended a block on the state law at the request of the Biden administration, which sued to strike down the measure. The Biden administration argued that the law, known as Senate Bill 4, would usurp core federal authority on immigration. JUDGE RULES ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS HAVE GUN RIGHTS PROTECTED BY 2ND AMENDMENTTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has said the state’s law mirrored federal law and was put in place to compensate for the Biden administration’s inadequate response at the southern border.This is a developing story. Check back for updates. 
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