Supreme Court Rules To Keep Title 42 In Place Indefinitely

  • Sullivan said in his November ruling that the use of Title 42 to stop migrants from entering the United States for asylum is an “arbitrary” use of the law.
  • “It is unreasonable for the CDC to assume that it can ignore the consequences of any actions it chooses to take in the pursuit of fulfilling its goals, particularly when those actions included the extraordinary decision to suspend the codified procedural and substantive rights of non-citizens seeking safe harbor,” he wrote.
  • According to The Associated Press, immigration advocates sued to end Title 42, arguing that the policy is outdated — as COVID treatments have improved — and that it “goes against American and international obligations to people fleeing to the U.S. to escape persecution.”
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