President Obama's controversial executive action on immigration will have its day in court.
More than a year ago the president created a program, allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to apply for work permits and avoid deportation. However, federal courts blocked that order after a challenge brought by Texas and 25 other states.
Now, it's up to the Supreme Court to decide if the President's order should stay and the high court plans to make that ruling by the end of June.
Joining FOX 7's Rebecca Thomas to discuss this are, political director of the Travis County Democratic Party, Carisa Lopez and G.O.P. consultant, Matt Mackowiak.