I just heard about this in passing today, and I’m posting just to ask for more information, but I figure it’s likely to turn GD if many people post comments to the thread at all, that’s why I’ve posted here instead of in GQ.
Anyway, my question is, do I understand correctly that a judge has determined that laws enforcing immigration policies can only be made at the federal level, and not at the state or local level?
If I do understand that correctly, my follow up question is, what’s the basis for this? If a law is permissible at federal level, why would it not be permissible at lower levels?
I’d provide a link except what I’ve just typed above is everything I have heard about this story, so I’m having a hard time finding links.