Courts Must Dismiss All Current Immigration Executive Order Lawsuits

President Donald Trump’s new executive order (EO) concerning immigration from terror-prone nations explicitly revokes EO 13769, which was the basis for all the current legal challenges. As such, all of the cases currently in the federal courts must be dismissed.

Trump Signs EO-Reuters

Supreme Court Dismisses Congressional Members’ Redistricting Case

Members of Congress cannot intervene to challenge or defend a legislative districting plan when they fail to show a court how the lines would impact the election chances of those members, the Supreme Court unanimously held in Wittman v. Personhuballah on Monday.

The Associated Press

Donald Trump: Ted Cruz Needs Court Ruling on Citizenship; A GOP Candidate Must Sue Him

Donald Trump told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Thursday night that he believes Sen. Ted Cruz should get a declaratory judgment from a federal court, ruling that Cruz is a natural born citizen eligible to run for president. What Trump may not know—but which his lawyers should have told him—is that Cruz can only get such a ruling if Trump sues him first.

The Associated Press

Court: Congress Can Sue Admin on Obamacare Subsidies

WASHINGTON—Congress can sue President Barack Obama’s administration over a key part of Obamacare, a federal court has ruled. Lawmakers are challenging federal agencies granting tax subsidies to Americans for purchasing healthcare policies, because Congress has never appropriated funds for this part of the president’s controversial namesake law.

Obama Changes Rules on Obamacare AP