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Immigration at the Supreme Court

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in 2014, President Barack Obama claimed executive authority to delay deportations for more than four million people. Texas and 25 other Republican led states are challenging the President’s legal power to do so. On Monday, both sides will make their case before the Supreme Court. Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas, Victoria DeFrancesco, and immigration attorney, Michael Wildes, discuss.