The US Supreme Court annulls Trump’s decisions on immigration and the Mexico Wall

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Today, Wednesday, the US Supreme Court canceled upcoming pleadings in the appeals filed by the administration of former Republican President Donald Trump to defend his funding of the border wall between the United States and Mexico and the so-called asylum and immigration policy called “Stay in Mexico.”

According to the “Reuters” news agency, the Democratic President Joe Biden’s administration, which is working to change its course in both cases, asked the judges to postpone further legal filings in the two cases and remove them from the oral pleading calendar.

The Biden administration has already announced plans to stop building the wall and suspend the asylum program, making the issues moot.

The US Supreme Court will review the ruling that blocked the Pin East pipeline and affect how other projects are directed.

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court agreed to review a lower court ruling that banned PennEast from expropriating state-owned land in New Jersey to build a proposed $ 1 billion natural gas channel.

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