Texas Attorney General Files Lawsuit Seeking to Block President Biden’s Deportation Freeze by Reuters

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Texas Attorney General Paxton speaks in front of the United States Supreme Court after justices heard arguments about the constitutionality of President Obama’s executive action to delay deportation of certain immigrants, in Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Texas attorney general filed a lawsuit on Friday seeking to block U.S. President Joe Biden‘s decision to pause certain deportations for 100 days in order to focus resources on border management amidst the coronavirus pandemic. In the filing, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the state would face “irreparable harm” if the moratorium on deportation was allowed to go into effect.

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