Indiana Is One Of 17 States Suing The Obama Administration Over The President’s Executive Actions On Immigration

The state of Indiana is joining a 17-state coalition, suing the Obama administration over the president's executive actions on immigration. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Texas on Wednesday, and names the heads of the top immigration enforcement agencies as defendants. Also on Wednesday, Governor Mike Pence instructed  attorney General  Greg  Zoeller to join the coalition.  Pence says the lawsuit seeks to “restore the rule of law and proper balance to our constitutional system of government.'' Some of the other states involved, include: Alabama, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Wisconsin just to name a few.