President Barack Obama’s bid to make overhauling immigration policy a second term victory was dealt a serious blow as federal judges ruled the effort must remain on hold while 26 states, including Florida, sue to overturn it.
President Barack Obama’s bid to make overhauling immigration policy a second term victory was dealt a serious blow as federal judges ruled the effort must remain on hold while 26 states, including Florida, sue to overturn it. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
President Barack Obama’s bid to make overhauling immigration policy a second term victory was dealt a serious blow as federal judges ruled the effort must remain on hold while 26 states, including Florida, sue to overturn it. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

Appeals panel won’t lift hold on Obama immigration action

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