Court blocks Biden’s plan for mass release of migrants

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The Biden administration was denied its request to stay a lower court order that blocked it from implementing a policy that allows for the release of migrants into the U.S. without court dates — clearing the path for the administration to make a last ditch effort to the Supreme Court.

On Monday, a three-judge panel of 11th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision denying the Biden admin’s request to stop a lower court judges order from taking effect while the case plays out in the courts on the merits.

The Biden administration now has the option to file an emergency appeal to the Supreme Court to stop stay the lower court’s decision.

The 11th Circuit panel did not buy the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) claims in court that not issue a stay would cause “irreparable” harm.


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