The two sides are digging in for a battle over immigration between the White House and Congress. Friday, President Barack Obama repeated his intention to act on immigration, even if Congress doesn't.
Thursday, John Boehner was re-elected as Speaker in a caucus of GOP House members. Afterward he spoke about immigration, saying they would fight the President on the act.
There is the presidential threat and the congressional counter-threat, but what is the likely outcome if an executive order on immigration faces a constitutional test?
Immigration law expert Kari Hong from BC Law School joined host Jim Braude to discuss whether the President can suspend deportations without approval of Congress.