Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Ketanji Brown Jackson issued a scathing dissent of the majority’s opinion to indefinitely keep Title 42 in place.
Author: Paul Best
Supreme Court halts termination of Title 42, will hear case in February
The Supreme Court temporarily halted the termination of Title 42 on Tuesday and will hear a challenge from Republican-led states in February.
Mike Pence spokesman says former VP did not file to run for president, suggests that someone ‘pranked’ media
A spokesperson for Mike Pence said the former vice president did not file a statement of candidacy to run in the 2024 presidential election.
Democratic senators question Biden administration on end to Title 42, potential migrant surge at border
Democratic senators wrote a letter to the Department of Homeland Security chief expressing “deep concerns” about the end to Title 42, which expires on Dec. 21.
Texas Supreme Court allows Harris County to count 2,000 votes after Election Day extension
The Texas Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Harris County can count more than 2,000 votes that were cast during an extended period of voting on Election Day.
Judge blocks US from using Title 42 to expel migrants
U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan barred federal authorities from using Title 42, which allows the U.S. to quickly expel migrants who crossed the border.
Texas Gov. Abbott calls for investigation into Harris County’s Election Day problems
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called for an investigation into Election Day problems in Harris County, where voting hours had to be extended last Tuesday.
Five Texas cities vote to decriminalize low-level marijuana possession
Residents of five Texas cities – San Marcos, Denton, Killeen, Elgin and Harker Heights – voted to decriminalize low-level marijuana possession on Tuesday.
Texas GOP chairman praises Desantis’ ‘winning brand’: ‘This is the path forward for the GOP’
Texas GOP Chairman Matt Rinaldi said that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ “bold” and “unapologetic” brand of conservatism may be the “path forward for the GOP.”
Ohio Democrat Emilia Sykes wins competitive House race
Democratic Emilia Sykes defeated Republican Madison Gesiotto Gilbert in the race for Ohio’s 13th Congressional District, according to the Associated Press.