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Re: Today, June 30, 2022 SCOTUS Opinions
« Reply #50 on: July 05, 2022, 12:23:42 pm »
This one is of great import @Right_in_Virginia

Let's see what the constitution says on the matter.

Article II

Section 1

Don't see anything about courts in that.

Article I

Section 4.

Still not finding anything about courts.  Perhaps someone can direct me to that.

The only ones that can set rules regarding elections are the state legislatures.

Not judges...not courts of appeal...not governors.

The legislature. Period.
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Re: Today, June 30, 2022 SCOTUS Opinions
« Reply #51 on: July 05, 2022, 01:18:58 pm »
I heard this weekend that this case isn't over yet.

It goes back to the Texas court that made the initial ruling for the judge to decide on the three issues the SCOTUS didn't rule on...then most likely back to the 5th Court of Appeals...then back to the SCOTUS around 2023 in time for the next Presidential election.

Remain in place might...might be gone temporarily...but IMO it will be back thanks to a court injunction.


To reiterate: we need not and do not resolve the parties’ arguments regarding whether section 1225(b)(2)(A) must be read in light of traditional principles of law enforcement
discretion, and whether the Government is lawfully exercising its parole authorities pursuant to sections 1182(d)(5)
and 1226(a).

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