The Fifth Circuit will not make a decision today, but will take the case under advisement.
The DAPA and DACA II programs were scheduled to take effect on May 19, 2015, but a federal district court judge in Texas placed an injunction on the proposed programs in February of this year.
Today's Fifth Circuit panel was comprised of three judges. Judges Jennifer Elrod, a George W. Bush appointee, and Stephen Higginson, an Obama appointee, often interrupted the legal arguments with queries. Judge Jerry Smith, a Ronald Reagan appointee, was the third judge on the panel.
During oral argument, protesters gathered outside the courthouse and chants and drums could be heard by those inside the building.
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