Arizona’s Problems with Immigration Federalism
State officials are seeking out ways to intensify federal efforts to enforce immigration law, but they are thereby intensifying larger problems plaguing our national immigration system
Waivers Are Dead, Long Live Waivers
The new skinny repeal bill contains an unwelcome surprise: a waiver provision that may provide a backdoor way for states to undo some of the ACA’s most significant protections.
The Transgender Ban is Facially Unconstitutional
Such a blanket prohibition, tweeted out in advance of the Pentagon completing a policy review, is so lacking in credibility that its only motivation seems to be animus towards transgender people.
Latest Travel Ban Ruling Helps A Lot But Not Enough
It is likely that the Trump administration will simply seize on whatever ambiguity there is in the latest injunction to deny entry to as many people as it can. Why? Because that is the point of the Travel Ban.
Domestic Adherence to the Gender Binary
Three former Surgeons General have called for an end to involuntary medical procedures on intersex babies and children. U.S. immigration law sheds light on why this is such an important development.
Vagueness in 'Aggravated Felony'
It is the federal government’s responsibility to define immigration violations—and in particular, aggravated felonies—precisely.