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Supreme Court allows border patrol to move Texas-installed razor wire at border

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A 5-4 Supreme Court vote granted an emergency request filed by the Biden administration to allow border patrol agents to cut or move razor wire installed by Texas at the southern border. NBC News’ Lawrence Hurley details the arguments made and the reactions from Texas’ attorney general.