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Politico: Texas Judge Accuses DOJ Lawyers of 'Misconduct' in Immigration Dispute

Politico reports that Judge Hanen, a federal judge in Texas, ruled yesterday that lawyers defending President Obama's executive actions on immigration engaged in "misconduct" by suggesting that the November 2014 actions had not yet been implemented. Court documents showed that 100,000 people applying or renewing their status under the original DACA program were given the three-year work permits authorized under the revised program. Judge Hanen also denied the federal government's request for a stay, which was widely expected and is likely of little consequence, since a federal appeals court is scheduled to hear arguments on that issue next week. For more information, visit AILA's Resources on Texas v. United States. Read this story and more in AILA's daily immigration news clips.

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