Washington Post: U.S. Mayors to File Legal Brief in Support of Obama’s Immigration Executive Actions

The Washington Post reports that a group of big-city mayors led by New York’s Bill de Blasio and Los Angeles’ Eric Garcetti announced plans Friday to file a legal brief supporting President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, which are being challenged in federal court by 25 states. The brief will argue that “the public interest across the country is served clearly and overwhelmingly by implementing immigration reform by executive action,” the mayors said in a statement.

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