This is a ruling from 9th circuit
The panel of judges wrote in the opinion that the Department of Homeland Security had shown that it suffer irreparable harm if the policy was halted because it “takes off the table one of the few congressionally authorized measures available to process the approximately 2,000 migrants who are currently arriving at the Nation’s southern border on a daily basis.”
The judges also found that the policy was not implemented in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act, because it is not one of the policies covered by the act and therefore does not require certain processes to take place ahead of its implementation.
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