In another ruling, the Supreme Court sided with the Biden administration over its immigration policy, allowing Immigration and Customs Enforcement to prioritize certain people for arrest and deportation.
This week, the Supreme Court will rule on four other major cases. One seeks to ban the use of race-conscious college admissions policies. Another case asks the Supreme Court to embrace the “independent state legislature theory,” a radical reading of the Constitution that claims state lawmakers have sweeping authority to override courts, governors and state constitutions. A third case argues businesses have the right to discriminate against LGBTQIA people if they cite religious objections. And justices will rule on whether the Biden administration can proceed with a plan to eliminate up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for many borrowers.