Originalism, the Unitary Executive, and the Constitutional Case for Obama’s Immigration Policy

Originalism, the Unitary Executive, and the Constitutional Case for Obama’s Immigration Policy

The Obama administration’s immigration policy deferring deportation for more than four million illegal immigrants has been the focus of extensive constitutional debate since it was announced last fall. One conservative federal trial judge has ruled that the policy is unconstitutional, and another has concluded that it violates the Administrative Procedure Act, on the basis of arguments that suggest it is likely unconstitutional as well.

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