In the latest twist in an ongoing bicoastal legal battle, the Trump administration is threatening to petition the U.S. Supreme Court in a dispute over the production of documents related to its decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Fights over the decision to end the DACA program, which was announced Sept. 5, are playing out in the Ninth and Second Circuits. In California, the Justice Department signaled its plans to appeal the Ninth Circuit’s decision last week that upheld a lower court’s order requiring the administration to provide “emails, letters, memoranda, notes, media items, opinions and other materials directly or indirectly considered” by the acting DHS secretary, Elaine Duke, in the DACA decision.

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