from Western Journalism:
Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Jeh Johnson said he disagreed “strongly” with the stay of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, but his department will nevertheless respect it.
Federal Judge Andrew Hanen issued an injunction on President Obama’s executive actions on amnesty Monday evening. The move blocks five million illegal immigrants from registering for background checks, paying back taxes, working, and getting Social Security cards. In a statement Tuesday, Johnson expressed his dismay for Hanen’s ruling, noting his department will abide by it pending appeal.
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