The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday in a 2-to-1 decision to uphold an injunction that is a block on the Barack Obama immigration reform executive action. This marks the second legal defeat for the White House, concerning the Obama administration immigration executive order. The court decided that the White House arguments against the injunction were baseless. That nobody would be harmed by keeping the injunction in place. By denying the White House motion to stay, the injunction ordered remains, blocking the Obama administration from carrying out its plan to allow millions of illegal immigrants to enter the United States.