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Georgia joins lawsuit against President's immigration order

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Source: WXIA, Charles Kuck, Atlanta immigration attorney Source: WXIA, Charles Kuck, Atlanta immigration attorney

ATLANTA (WXIA) -- An Atlanta immigration attorney said Thursday that a lawsuit to try to stop the President's executive immigration order is nothing more than a publicity stunt that has no chance of succeeding -- and, he said, Georgia's Attorney General knows it.

"What a waste of time," said the attorney, Charles Kuck.

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens and the other plaintiffs, who represent 17 states, argue in their lawsuit filed this week that the President's executive order is unconstitutional.

The President's order would, in effect, grant temporary amnesty to more than four million parents of U.S. citizens, and to hundreds of thousands of young people.

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