Twenty-nine states asked the Supreme Court on Monday to prevent the removal of Title 42, which limits the number of people who can enter the US at once. They argued that it would cause a crisis at the southern border.
Shortly after the states asked the court to prevent the removal of Title 42, Chief Justice Roberts put a hold on the order.
The attorney general of Arizona, who was one of the states that asked the court to block the removal of Title 42, stated that it would cause a crisis at the southern border and endanger the lives of migrants and Americans.
The states have until the next 24 hours to provide the Department of Justice with a reason why they are wrong.
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