(CNN)A federal judge Tuesday agreed to stay his order that the Obama administration turn over immigration records of over 50,000 people and require Justice Department lawyers attend ethics courses.
In a one-page order, Judge Andrew Hanen of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas said he will hear a challenge to his controversial order on August 22.
The dispute began last month, when Hanen -- the federal judge who temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's controversial executive actions on immigration last year -- issued the scathing order accusing the government of making misrepresentations to him when he heard the immigration case in 2015. The order did not impact the President's executive actions, which are currently before the Supreme Court.e within the school believed should have gone to students with greater financial need.
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