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Law360, Washington (December 1, 2015, 8:49 PM ET) — The U.S. Supreme Court has given Texas and other states eight extra days to respond to the Obama administration’s appeal of a ruling that blocked executive actions on immigration, an extension that falls short of the 30 days sought by Texas officials but gives states until Dec. 29 to file responses at the high court.

Texas had asked for the 30-day extension last Monday, citing a number of pressing deadlines in other cases that were pending before the U.S. Department of Justice challenged a Fifth Circuit…

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