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Video of the Ilya vs. Ilya debate on US v. Texas and Obama's immigration order

Thu Apr 21 20:38:40 EDT 2016 | Washington Post
The Reason Foundation recently sponsored a debate between Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute, and me over the United States v. Texas, the important immigration case argued before the Supreme Court on Monday. The case addresses the legality of President Obama’s order deferring deportation for over four million undocumented immigrants. In addition to arguments over law and constitutional theory, there was also an exchange about the relative merits of our respective home cities back in Russia: Mosc..

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