Analysis

Justices Gave Gov't Pushback In Several Immigration Cases

Law360, New York (June 29, 2017, 3:15 PM EDT) -- It was a busy term for the U.S. Supreme Court on immigration, with the justices weighing in on a diverse mix of issues, including citizenship-stripping, ineffective lawyering and, of course, the president's revised travel ban. But although the high court allowed the travel ban to take partial effect, it also gave the government plenty of pushback in other immigration cases.

While the high court left some key immigration questions unresolved by pushing a couple of disputes to the next term, in the immigration cases they did rule on, the justices often rebuffed the government's arguments — and were often able to...

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