The administration is contesting three different district court rulings from judges in California, New York and the District of Columbia that told the administration to continue processing renewals of existing DACA applications while litigation over the legality of Trump's action is resolved. But there were not enough justices for a majority, after Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh recused themselves. A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in one of the cases in May but hasn't yet ruled. They have not been in effect since June. The administration told the appeals court last month that if it didn't rule by October 31, the government would go directly to the Supreme Court to seek resolution during the current nine-month term.
Alleged Asus ZenFone 6 leak points to novel off-center notch
However, unlike those phones, this prototype is sporting the notch towards the right corner of the display. The back of the phone has a dual rear camera setup - paired with an LED flash and a fingerprint sensor.
Under the Supreme Court's normal schedule, the justices will say in January whether they will take up the appeals.
The Federal Communications Commission voted previous year to revoke those rules.
Speculation mounts that Meghan Markle's mum will move to UK
The invitation to Christmas dinner has also fuelled rumours that Doria Ragland may move to London , from her home in Los Angeles. Instead, they have stayed at nearby Amner Hall rather than Sandringham, where the Queen resides during her trips to the country.
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat who backed the net neutrality order in 2015, said on Twitter that the commission had "actually petitioned the Supreme Court to erase history and wipe out an earlier court decision upholding open internet policies". The state agreed in October to delay enforcement of the law pending appeals of the net neutrality reversal. In his ruling on U.S. Telecom Association, Kavanaugh called net neutrality "unlawful" as the 1934 Communications Act "does not supply clear congressional authorization for the FCC to impose common carrier regulation" on internet service providers (ISPs). The D.C. Circuit upheld the regulations, prompting industry groups to escalate the case to the Supreme Court.
The new rules, which gave internet service providers greater power to regulate the content that customers access, are now the subject of a separate legal fight after being challenged by numerous groups that backed net neutrality.
Election pits Trump's brute strength vs Dems' resistance
There are dozens of competitive races across the country that will determine control of the House, Senate and governors' seats . Democrats are hoping to achieve a "mid-term wave" - a sweeping victory that changes the shape of the political map in the US.
The GOP-led effort to repeal the FCC's net neutrality rules set off a separate round of litigation, as tech companies and consumer groups sued to block the deregulation.