Texas does ‘about-face’ on controversial immigration law during appeals court hearing

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A U.S. appeals court heard oral arguments on a controversial Texas immigration law that would allow state law enforcement officials to arrest and deport people suspected of crossing the border illegally. NBC News Homeland Security Correspondent Julia Ainsley explains the legal and political implications.

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