Supreme Court temporarily halts Texas law allowing state immigration enforcement | 4 March 2024 | The Supreme Court on Monday imposed a temporary stay on a Texas law permitting state officials to arrest illegal aliens. Associate Justice Samuel Alito imposed the stay after the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals permitted the law to take effect on March 10, NBC reported. U.S. District Judge David Ezra imposed an initial stay late last month. Alito's stay come in response to plea from the Biden administration and will remain in effect until March 13. The justice gave Texas until March 11 to respond to the administration.

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