Supreme Court extends block on Texas law allowing police to arrest migrants

The Supreme Court on Monday extended a block on Texas law that would allow police to arrest illegal immigrants after they crossed the border. In its decision, the Court said that a stay request from the Biden administration would be extended pending further review. HOW THE MOST POWERFUL NATION LOST CONTROL OF ITS BORDERS: FORMER ICE DIRECTOROpponents have compared the law – Senate Bill 4 – to a similar Arizona law that was partially struck down by Supreme Court more than a decade ago. The Texas Attorney General 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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