Florida's legal challenge against the Biden administration's immigration policies is once again in the spotlight as a federal appeals court in Atlanta hears arguments. Attorney General Ashley Moody contends that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is attempting to overturn a judgment instructing the agency to adhere to federal immigration laws at the southern border. The lawsuit, initiated in 2021, aims to put an end to what Florida characterizes as the Biden administration's practice of releasing individuals who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexican border instead of detaining and deporting them, commonly referred to as "catch and. . .
Challenge to Biden Immigration Policies back to Appeals Court