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DEMOCRATS RAGE: As SCOTUS Agrees to Take on Two Cases President Biden Wants NO WHERE NEAR the Court Floor

The United States Supreme Court has made a splash by deciding to hear two cases that the Biden administration wanted to keep far from the court.

One case focuses on immigration seeking to revive a rule that screens immigrants who may be government-dependent. The other case could possibly reduce the reach of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The decision to hear these cases comes after a rise in illegal immigrants coming through our southern borders and the Biden administration developing a new strategy to fight climate change.

Conservative Brief further reported on the situation:

The court also decided to hear West Virginia v. EPA, which involves energy-producing states and coal companies accusing the EPA of a power grab. States claim the EPA has exceeded its authority to limit carbon emissions, which environmentalists allege contribute to climate change.

Beyond that, the court has already delivered a slew of powerful rulings this month. Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has secured a major victory from the Supreme Court. The nation’s highest court ruled 6-3 that a law limiting how much money raised after an election a campaign can use to repay loans from the candidate was unconstitutional.

In a separate case, the Court also ruled against an immigrant who was seeking to avoid deportation as one conservative Justice sided with liberals in dissent. In a 5-4 vote, the court kept in place an appellate court decision against a man who has been in the United States illegally since the 1990s.

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SCOTUS Justice Amy Coney Barrett spoke for the majority, “Federal courts have a very limited role to play in this pro­cess. With an exception for legal and constitutional ques­tions, Congress has barred judicial review of the Attorney General’s decisions denying discretionary relief from re­moval.”

The Supreme Court has made big waves in recent months with their decision to overturn Roe v Wade and now announcing they will be hearing the cases regarding immigration and energy. 

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