Louisiana v. CDC marked a notable setback for Biden’s efforts to roll back Trump-era immigration policies and stop authorizing U.S. border expulsions on public health grounds.
Brandon Vines is a Public Interest Fellow and JD candidate at Columbia Law School. He worked for the Carter Center monitoring the Syrian conflict and, later, electoral violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He has also researched elections in South Africa, Myanmar, and Nepal. As a 2020 Justice John Paul Stevens Fellow, he supported death sentence appeals with the Federal Defenders for the Middle District of Alabama.
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