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president obama's plan to shield millions of undocumented workers from deportation was dealt a major setback tuesday and now could end up before the supreme court , but you one vote in the fifth circuit u. s. court of appeals in new orleans cited is twenty six states arguing that obama overstepped his authority issuing an executive order that could hold deportation proceedings for as many as five million a , migrants living in , tuesday's ruling further delays implementing obama's executive order which was first blocked by a lower court judge in texas in february , obama issued the order in november after immigration legislation stalled in congress republican lawmakers say his program grant amnesty to lawbreakers , the fifth circuit will rule again in coming months on whether the white house can appeal the block on the order if you administration is denied an appeal it may ask the supreme court to consider the case , potentially delaying implementation of the program until june two thousand so , steen right in the run up to the november presidential election