8 states sue Biden over restart of another Obama border policy

The Attorneys General of eight states have joined in a lawsuit to sue President Joe Biden’s administration over the use of an Obama-era border policy.

The Central American Minors Refugee and Parole Program (CAM), a policy that allows some minors from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala who enter to U.S. to gain access to a path for citizenship, was repealed by former President Donald Trump.

Nothing but disaster

“The Biden Administration has sown nothing but disaster for our country through its illegal, unconstitutional immigration policies,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said.

“Biden’s latest round of flagrant law-breaking includes his Central American Minors Program, which has contributed significantly to many states being forced to take in even more aliens. My fellow attorneys general and I are suing to stop it,” he added.

The lawsuit marks the 20th against the Biden administration involving Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Directly impacting our nation

“The Biden Administration’s lack of leadership on illegal immigration is directly impacting our nation,” Oklahoma Attorney General O’Connor said in a statement.

“The CAM program was created without considering its impact on Oklahoma, Texas and the continuing crisis at the southern border. It’s time to fix the problem President Biden created,” he added.

The eight states include Arkansas, Alaska, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma and Texas.

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