Today the Supreme Court heard a case that could determine the fate of President Obama's most sweeping executive action on deportation. It would also drastically change the lives of some four million undocumented immigrants in the US. The President's 2014 plan would delay the deportation of parents of children who are US citizens or permanent legal residents, and offer them temporary work permits. But it's been on hold since it was announced 18 months ago because of court challenges, leaving immigrants across the nation in limbo -- the majority of whom have been in the country for ten years or more. The case lands in a presidential campaign already swirling with talk of a wall on the Mexican border. Will the shorthanded high court end in a 44 deadlock?
Undocumented Parents and the Supreme Court
Elizabeth Wydra - Constitutional Accountability Center - @ElizabethWydra, Robert Barnes - Supreme Court correspondent for the Washington Post - @scotusreporter, Josh Blackman - South Texas College of Law / Cato Institute - @JoshMBlackman, Maria Bilbao - immigrant, Frank Sharry - America's Voice - @FrankSharry