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Hundreds of asylum seekers carried a wooden in Nogales, Sonora as part of a protest over the continued implementation of Title 42, a public health order that allows border officials to deny access to the port, or rapidly expel people who have crossed into the U.S.

The federal government argued in defense of a policy instituted by President Biden that prioritizes the deportation of individuals deemed national security threats after Ohio, Arizona and Montana challenged the “balancing test” adopted as part the guidance. Read more»

The border wall east of Sasabe, Arizona in September 2020.

The states of Arizona, Montana and Ohio won a preliminary injunction on Tuesday enjoining a Biden administration immigration policy that narrows the Department of Homeland Security's deportation focus to immigrants deemed to be dangerous. Read more»

A flurry of lawsuits challenging the vaccine mandate – which applies to businesses with 100 or more workers – were filed across the country in recent weeks.

The Biden administration urged an appeals court on Tuesday to lift a stay of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for big companies on the basis that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has the authority to protect citizens from "grave dangers in the workplace." Read more»