Supreme Court to hear two cases on Trump immigration policies

The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear two cases pertaining to President Trump’s immigration policies.

The high court did not specify when the justices will be hearing the cases, but the schedule for the rest of the calendar year is full, so it will not be until 2021, according to the Associated Press. The cases would likely be heard after the all-but-certain confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, but they could become a moot point if Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the election and opts to overturn the Trump administration policies.

One of the cases revolves around the Migrant Protection Protocols, which forces
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