The decision on the Obama-era policy of Deferred Action for Child Arrivals has rural repercussions, since undocumented workers frequently work in rural meatpacking plants and on farms.
The 5-to-4 opinion said the court wasn't trying decide whether the program is a sound policy, but whether Trump's executive order included a "reasoned explanation" as required by law.
"After contentious debates among his aides, Trump announced in September 2017 that he would wind down the program. He gave only a single reason for doing so, saying that creating or maintaining the program was beyond the legal power of any president," Liptak and Shear report. "But the justifications the government gave, Chief Justice [John] Roberts wrote, were insufficient. He said the administration may try again to provide adequate reasons for shutting down the program."