Just a few days after one Prosser school worker was placed on administrative leave a second has also had that happen over comments made on their own Facebook pages concerning the "A Day Without Immigrants" protests.
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco has been often referred to by conservative political experts as the 'circus' court of appeals, and sometimes even less than civil names. It's because the court has traditionally upheld, in their opinion, liberal interpretations of law. As far back as 2003, noted columnist George Will referred to the court as such.
According to information released by the Washington State Attorney General's office, a Federal judge has issued a temporary injunction halting the enforcement of President Trump's Executive Order on immigration, the injunction reportedly affects it nationwide.
U.S. District Court Senior Judge James Robart will decide Friday if a lawsuit filed by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson challenging the Presidential Executive Order issued by Trump should stand, or allow the Order to be enacted.
There's been a lot of heated discussion over President Trump's Executive Order suspending immigration from seven nations suspected of harboring terrorism, as well as suspending visa processing. WA Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a lawsuit against Trump. But according to the National Review, Trump's order does not violate the Constitution. Here's why.
However, Attorney General Bob Ferguson failed to recall the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, and it's interesting to note that Trump's predecessor in the White House did a very similar thing in 2011. But you probably didn't hear about it.
Bob Ferguson has filed a "friend of the court brief" in the case of Texas suing the Obama Administration over violating federal laws pertaining to his use of power when it comes to immigration.