Texas Court, After Trump Win, Is Asked to Put Immigration Case on Hold
Lawyers on both sides want action stayed until Feb. 20.
The first major litigation effect of the election of Donald Trump took place in a Texas federal district court Friday when the lawyers in the challenge to the Obama administration's plan to delay deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants asked the judge to postpone proceedings until Feb. 20.
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