Ever since Donald Trump issued his executive order that affects Muslim Immigrants from certain countries, there has been an uproar in the media.  Many are asking where in the Constitution does the executive branch have the authority to make policy over immigration?  But, the president’s “authority over immigration” is not as simple as saying article, section, clause.  It’s a little bit more complicated than that.  Constitutional Attorney and Speaker KrisAnne Hall explains the application of the constitution and the determination of what power, if any, the executive branch has over immigration.  You can also read her article concerning the matter by going HERE.  Note, this show is part 1 of a 2 part series.  Alternatively you can listen to “Executive Authority Over Immigration” by KrisAnne Hall on YouTube



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