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Court Accepts ACLJ Immigration Brief

By Jay Sekulow1419444213296

Last week the ACLJ filed a motion in federal court in Texas requesting permission to file an amicus brief supporting more than two dozen states’ challenge to President Obama’s unconstitutional immigration action.

In its initial filing, the ACLJ represented 27 Members of Congress and more than 60,000 Americans who joined our Committee to Defend the Separation of Powers.

The Court granted our motion to file the brief—thereby granting Members of Congress and our Committee a voice in the case—and gave us an opportunity to add additional Members of Congress to our filing. The final list is in, and the ACLJ now represents a total of 68 Members, drawn from the ranks of the Senate and the House.

The ACLJ is grateful for the opportunity to represent these Members and grateful for their defense of the Constitution. The complete list follows:

Combined List:


Sen.

Ted

Cruz

Sen.

Roy

Blunt

Sen.

John

Cornyn

Rep.

Bob

Goodlatte

Rep.

Lou

Barletta

Rep.

Gus

Bilirakis

Rep.

Diane

Black

Rep.

Marsha

Blackburn

Rep.

Charles

Boustany

Rep.

Dave

Brat

Rep.

Mo

Brooks

Rep.

Michael

Burgess

Rep.

Bradley

Byrne

Rep.

Steve

Chabot

Rep.

Curt

Clawson

Rep.

Tom

Cotton

Rep.

Kevin

Cramer

Rep.

John

Culberson

Rep.

Scott

DesJarlais

Rep.

Jeff

Duncan

Rep.

John

Duncan

Rep.

John

Fleming

Rep.

Randy

Forbes

Rep.

Virginia

Foxx

Rep.

Trent

Franks

Rep.

Louie

Gohmert

Rep.

Paul

Gosar

Rep.

Trey

Gowdy

Rep.

H. Morgan

Griffith

Rep.

Vicky

Hartzler

Rep.

Tim

Huelskamp

Rep.

Lynn

Jenkins

Rep.

Walter

Jones

Rep.

Mike

Kelly

Rep.

Steve

King

Rep.

Doug

Lamborn

Rep.

Leonard

Lance

Rep.

James

Lankford

Rep.

Billy

Long

Rep.

Tom

Marino

Rep.

Kevin

McCarthy

Rep.

Michael

McCaul

Rep.

Tom

McClintock

Rep.

David

McKinley

Rep.

Jeff

Miller

Rep.

Alan

Nunnelee

Rep.

Pete

Olson

Rep.

Steven

Palazzo

Rep.

Robert

Pittenger

Rep.

Ted

Poe

Rep.

Bill

Posey

Rep.

Tom

Price

Rep.

Tom

Rice

Rep.

Phil

Roe

Rep.

Mike D.

Rogers

Rep.

Dana

Rohrabacher

Rep.

Keith

Rothfus

Rep.

Matt

Salmon

Rep.

David

Schweikert

Rep.

Pete

Sessions

Rep.

Adrian

Smith

Rep.

Jason

Smith

Rep.

Lamar

Smith

Rep.

Steve

Stockman

Rep.

Randy

Weber

Rep.

Rob

Wittman

Rep.

Rob

Woodall

Rep.

Ted

Yoho

 

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