Conservatives, states set to launch legal blitz against Obama over immigration

U.S. President Obama boards Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews as he departs Washington for Las Vegas to speak about immigration reformBy Mica Rosenberg NEW YORK (Reuters) – The morning after President Barack Obama announced his sweeping action to overhaul the U.S. immigration system, conservative groups and states were already pulling together legal strategies to dismantle the plan. Opponents said there will likely be a three-pronged legal approach to stymie Obama’s moves: Congress could sue the president for constitutional overreach, states could file lawsuits arguing the action strains local finances, or individuals could try to prove they’ve been harmed by the order. …

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