Mark Zuckerberg To SCOTUS: Support Obama On Immigration
March 9, 2016

President Obama received the endorsement of a number of tech giants in the form of an amicus brief to the Supreme Court. Their message is, let Obama's executive actions stand. Wired Magazine:

The group, which also includes PayPal co-founder Max Levchin and venture capitalist Ron Conway, co-signed a friend-of-the-court brief filed today, roughly a month before the Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in United States v. Texas. The case will decide the fate of two so-called “deferred action” programs the President proposed in late November 2014, which would prevent undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from being deported, as well as adults whose children are lawful residents of the United States.

The most prominent signee of the brief is Mark Zuckerburg, who also used his Facebook page (of course) to share his statement:

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h/t Fusion

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