Today, President Biden nominated Federal Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for the Supreme Court. This comes a month after Justice Stephen G. Breyer announced his retirement. She would be the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court and is considered by Biden to be “one of the nation’s... Continuar »
Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern: “The implications of Tuesday’s decision are profoundly disturbing.” Washington, DC – In a recent piece for Slate, Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern analyze and denounce the Supreme Court’s decision to require the Biden administration to restart implementation of the ‘Remain in... Continuar »
The Supreme Court’s radical ruling this week on Remain in Mexico, officially known as MPP, exposes the right wing’s construction of a judicial pipeline to force the Biden Administration to adopt Trump policies by fiat. It’s a disturbing development that endangers not just immigration and border policies, but also... Continuar »
Washington, DC – In a must-read explainer in Vox, Ian Millhiser describes in detail why, based on precedent, the decision not to uphold a stay in the Remain in Mexico case (Biden v. Texas) defies logic and upends the balance of power between elected branches and the judiciary. Millhiser... Continuar »
 In an ongoing case before the Supreme Court, lawyers representing Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders are pushing for access to green cards that would offer work authorization and the security of permanent protection from deportation. In a surprising move, recent coverage highlights the disturbing fact that lawyers for the... Continuar »
These truly are not normal times. And in this abnormality, an infinite number of offenses have aggravated the most basic standards of social coexistence and human integration: from direct and public bullying of less-favored immigrants to the separation of families at a border that has become a shameful scar,... Continuar »
Life-changing program for Dreamers helped change political history Eight years ago, during the final months of another presidential election year, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program officially launched. Since that first application day of August 15, 2012, more than 800,000 Dreamers have relied on DACA’s life-changing protections... Continuar »