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Equally Divided Court

Equally Divided Court

Today, the United States Supreme Court dismissed the United States v. Texas case, a case revolving around the President's 2014 deferred action program for DAPA and expanded DACA. The decision allows the lower court's injuction to stand. It is sad and disheartening news for the immigrant community. A 4-4 decision created a deadlock for the Court, and no formal opinion was given on the merits of the case.

The Court's Order simply read, "The judgment is affirmed by an equally divided Court."

A petition for rehearing is expected, allowing for a 9-justice court to rehear the case.

The decision does not affect those who have received DACA benefits under the 2012 DACA program and its subsequent renewals.

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