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(CNN) — Lawyers trying to save an Obama-era program that defers the deportation of certain undocumented young adults are strategically directing their arguments to one man: Chief Justice John Roberts.

They have found ammunition in his own words, from a Supreme Court ruling last June, when he sided with the court’s four liberals to cast the decisive vote against the Trump administration plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

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Lifting a page from Roberts’ decision ripping apart the justification for the census question, the new challengers suggest the administration’s reasons for rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program are not “true” or “genuine.” Instead, they argue, using language from the census case, the reasons were “pretextual” and would require the justices “to exhibit a naiveté” to buy what the administration is selling.

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