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Supreme Court Hands Texas Major Win in Immigration Fight

In a significant development, the Supreme Court has given the green light for Texas to enforce a highly debated immigration law.

This law grants state officials the authority to apprehend and detain individuals whom they believe have entered the country unlawfully.

The dissenting opinion came from the three liberal justices on the court.

A federal appeals court is currently dealing with ongoing legal challenges to the law. However, this recent decision provides a noteworthy, albeit temporary, victory for Texas.

he state has been engaged in a prolonged dispute with the Biden administration regarding immigration policy.

In a surprising turn of events, the court’s previous decision to block the law from taking effect was swiftly overturned by Tuesday’s order.

A controversial law known as Senate Bill 4 was enacted in Texas by Governor Greg Abbott last December.

This legislation has sparked concerns among immigration advocates, who claim that it may lead to heightened racial profiling and an increase in detentions and attempted deportations by state authorities.

This story is developing..

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