U.S. Mexican Border Wall
said the power of the purse belongs to, and the administration lacked constitutional authority to transfer the military money.
Two Democratic appointees were in the majority. An appointee of Presidentdissented.
The President has long supported the construction of a border wall on the southern border betweenand, Chief 9th Circuit Judge, a Clinton appointee, wrote for the court in one of two decisions on the issue.
Since the President took office in 2017, however,has repeatedly declined to provide the amount of funding requested by the President.
Thelast year blocked an injunction against the use of military funding for the wall from going forward. Fridays decision reinstated it.
, a lawyer for the, said thes early refusal to allow the injunction to remain was an ominous signal.
The centre has a separate challenge pending against the administrations use of military funds for the project. (tca/dpa/NAN)
Source: NAN News