SCOTUS is set to hear these arguments on April 18:
Does the president of the United States have the power to unilaterally tell millions of individuals who are violating federal law that he will not enforce that law against them now, that they may continue to violate that law in the future and that he will take action that makes them eligible for federal benefit programs for which they are not currently eligible due to their unlawful status?
Through Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, President Barack Obama is telling the Supreme Court exactly this right now.
The solicitor general calls what Obama is doing "prosecutorial discretion."
Obama plans to make millions of illegal aliens eligible for Social Security, Disability (SSDI), and other benefits. Although the case is called "United States vs. Texas", a majority of states have joined Texas in this litigation. Obama wants to make it okay for illegal aliens to legally work in our country, which thus would make them eligible for "earned benefit programs". Once again, he's trying to bypass Congress because he doesn't like the laws regarding immigration that Congress passed.
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