CAC's Elizabeth Wydra joined Bill O'Reilly on The O'Reilly Factor to discuss expected executive action by President Obama on immigration. "You've got the Constitution wrong," Wydra said, "and you're also wrong about the Supreme Court. Just two years ago the conservative Roberts court affirmed that the Obama administration has broad discretion when it comes to instituting deportation proceedings."
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Elizabeth Wydra, Chief Counsel for the Constitutional Accountability Center, said, "Simply because a majority of people vote to ban same sex marriage does not mean they can ignore the guarantees and requirements of the Constitution." Wydra is among those who believe same sex couples have a "fundamental right" to marriage, based on the Equal Protection Clause found in the 14th Amendment. She remains cautiously optimistic that a majority of the Justices will agree.
Supporters of the law countered that there was no reason to enter the fray in a case with so little merit. "The argument, frankly, is made up out of whole cloth in an attempt to get rid of a law that political opponents do not like," said Elizabeth Wydra, counsel for the Constitutional Accountability Center.
CAC's Elizabeth Wydra joined Bloomberg TV's Trish Regan on "Street Smart" to discuss the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act.