Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Immigration Executive Action; H2B Wage Rates; Regulations & Non-Discretionary Duties; And Waters of the United States

Monday Morning Regulatory Review:  Immigration Executive Action; H2B Wage Rates; Regulations & Non-Discretionary Duties; And Waters of the United States

The immigration “executive action” became much clearer with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) rolling out a variety of memoranda implementing the President (POTUS)’s priorities, but there was no, and many not have ever been, an “Executive Order.” 

President Obama’s Executive Action On Immigration Under Attack in Federal Court

By | Immigration Blog | December 4, 2014
President Obama’s Executive Action On Immigration Under Attack in Federal Court

Not two weeks after the President announced his executive action on immigration, 17 states, including Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin, led by Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, are challenging the executive action under the U.S. Constitution’s Take Care Clause (Section 3 of Article 2).