Federal court blocks ban on migrant transportation in Texas

A federal court provisionally blocked governor of Texas’ executive order. That order barred the transportation of certain migrants ...

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  • A federal court provisionally blocked governor of Texas’ executive order.
  • That order barred the transportation of certain migrants in the state.
  • The organization and its Texas division were the ones who challenged Abbott’s order.

It was revealed that the federal court provisionally blocked Greg Abbott’s executive order. This order bars the transportation of hundreds of migrants in the state, which would create a great problem for migrants, who are the most affected and who want a little help.

Those who challenged Abbott’s order were the members of the American Civil Liberties Union, better known as the ACLU. This union told the jury that the executive order that Greg Abbott implemented is nothing more than an anti-constitutional order that affects hundreds of migrants in their different tasks.

Federal Court Ban Migrants: The Court’s Order

Federal Court Ban Migrants: The Court's Order
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A US federal court provisionally blocked on Thursday the executive order of the governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, which prohibits the transport of certain migrants in the state, reported the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the agency Efe mentioned in the afternoon.

This measure would bring good news for groups of migrants who have found themselves living a complicated situation in the state and who, at the request of Greg Abbott, had difficult times where fear was greater and the way of life changed completely, so UCLA ask for a change. Filed Under: Federal Court Ban Migrants

Federal Court ban migrants: They challenged the order

Federal Court ban migrants: They challenged the order
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The Efe agency mentioned that the organization and its division in Texas challenged Abbott’s order, and another legal challenge came from the United States Department of Justice. The two cases have been consolidated, the group said in a statement. It is expected that in the coming weeks, the court of a final ruling at the request of the organization.

With the challenge of Abbott’s order, UCLA mentioned that there will be good changes for the migrant population. This news could mean a good new change in Texas and later, in other border states that have seen problems of this nature. Filed Under: Federal Court Ban Migrants

Federal Court Ban Migrants: A Victory for the ACLU

Federal Court Ban Migrants: A Victory for the ACLU
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The ACLU lawsuit wields a series of damages caused by the executive order to border communities, asylum seekers and their families, shelters and drivers throughout Texas, according to the Efe agency. On Twitter, they also broke the news, celebrating the court’s ruling.

VICTORIA: A federal court preliminarily blocked Governor Abbott’s executive order prohibiting the transportation of certain migrants in Texas. Our clients, and all Texans, can breathe a sigh of relief. Filed Under: Federal Court Ban Migrants

Federal Court Ban Migrants: The ACLU Statement

Federal Court Ban Migrants: The ACLU Statement
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As the celebration continues, the ACLU mentioned on Twitter about the statement they had written explaining the court’s ruling. In said letter, it was mentioned that although it is a provisional blockade, it is expected to be useful for the migrant inhabitants of the state of Texas, who did everything possible for this request.

“A federal court today blocked the executive order of the governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, which prohibits the transport of certain migrants in the state.” know the executive order ruling mentioned by Governor Abbott. Filed Under: Federal Court Ban Migrants

Federal Court Ban Migrants: “A Challenge”

Federal Court ban migrants: "A challenge"
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According to the statement released today, the ACLU mentioned that they are happy to represent plaintiffs who publicly challenge Greg Abbott’s attempts and went directly to court, to stop the executive order he desired. implement the governor of Texas.

“The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Texas represent the plaintiffs who challenge Abbott over its order, GA-37. The US Department of Justice filed a separate challenge. The two cases have been consolidated for pre-trial purposes. ”, It is mentioned in said statement. Filed Under: Federal Court Ban Migrants

“The demand”

"The demand"
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In the lawsuit the ACLU filed, they hope the plaintiffs can get a little peace and quiet that was taken from them when Greg Abbott made his order official. For that reason, they have not hesitated to go to the Federal Court where they will fight for their rights and to obtain some peace after so much challenge.

“The ACLU’s lawsuit differs from the DOJ’s case because the plaintiffs present the range of damages caused by the executive order to border communities, asylum seekers, their families, shelters and drivers throughout Texas.” statement published by UCLA on its official site.

Filed the federal lawsuit

Filed the federal lawsuit
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In this statement, the plaintiffs of the order are presented, who have not hesitated to give their testimony and why the Greg Abbott order affected them. According to the statement of the American Civil Liberties Union, the most immigrants from the area, are the ones who have united against the executive order.

“The ACLU filed the federal lawsuit on behalf of Annunciation House, one of the largest shelter providers on the US-Mexico border, based in El Paso, Texas; Angry Tías & Abuelas of the Rio Grande Valley, a volunteer organization that helps migrants; Jennifer Harbury, a humanitarian volunteer who frequently drives migrants; and FIEL Houston, an immigrant rights organization with members that include newly arrived immigrants subject to travel restrictions due to the executive order, ”the statement said.

Kate Huddleston’s statements

Kate Huddleston's statements
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Who also gave her statement in the statement, is the attorney for the ACLU of Texas. She mentioned that the blockade is a blatant order from Abbott, which has made her clients extremely angry about the treatment they have been given; He also mentioned that with the court ruling, he granted them more peace.

“The blockade by the court of the blatantly unconstitutional executive order of Governor Abbott provides a welcome relief to Texans.” Reads the statement made a couple of hours ago by UCLA, which included the testimony of attorney Huddleston who made it happen that the lawsuit was taken in court.

“They will be able to live their lives”

"They will be able to live their lives"
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It is hoped that with the judge’s ruling and the blocking of his court order, the plaintiffs can live peacefully. Kate Huddleston believes that this is the main purpose that the lawsuit has proceeded by blocking the executive order of the governor of Texas, who is considered a “threat.”

“With the court order, our plaintiffs, including shelter providers, humanitarian workers, and immigrants living in Texas, will be able to live their lives and provide shelter to asylum seekers free from the threat of their vehicles being impounded or seized. are forced to drive to the border. ”confirmed attorney Kate Huddleston.

“The first step”

"The first step"
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The attorney also stated that this is the first step against a difficult fight, but that nothing will prevent the fight for the civil rights of Texan migrants. They have been the ones who have stood up and fighting with all their might, against a government that has been oppressing the rights of hundreds of people.

“This is the first step in ensuring that this latest assault on the civil rights of Texans and the governor’s effort to make immigrants a scapegoat by the government is unsuccessful,” said the attorney in the brief that was filed. this Thursday afternoon, where the blockade of the order continues.

Spencer Amdur gives statements

Spencer Amdur gives statements
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Meanwhile Spencer Amdur, an attorney on the staff of the ACLU’s Immigrant Rights Project, mentioned what was presented in court today. The lawyer commented that this lawsuit only demonstrates how the order of the Governor of Texas can be considered as an illegal and inhumane act, so it must be stopped immediately.

“Our clients filed this lawsuit because the executive order is illegal and inhumane. Texas Governor Greg Abbott launched an unprecedented attack on migrants and the federal immigration system, and the court was right to block the order, ”attorney Amdur noted in el statement that was launched.

 

 

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