Battle over DACA comes to the Supreme Court

Battle over DACA comes to the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments over the Trump administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on Tuesday. President Trump announced that he was terminating DACA back in September 2017. Since then, lower courts have kept the program alive, shielding almost 670,000 unauthorized immigrants.

KCooper
KCooper
Julian
Julian 3 months

It’s unconstitutional. It isn’t rocket science.

porcus
porcus 3 months

Looks like the dreamers have had enough time to become legal citizens, get a Green Card, or otherwise make legal arrangements. Time to shut this ill-informed policy down and overhaul the US immigration process.

John Wilson
John Wilson 3 months

Obama was deporting way more people than Trump. suddenly Trump is especially anti immigrant? funny.

I have no idea
I have no idea 3 months

Why didn't congress just vote this into law when Obama had control? That would solve most of this bullshit. Just make laws that can be challenged instead of using Supreme court rulings or executive orders. These short cuts just make it to easy to be undone by the next guy and expand and overstep in every branch of government.

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 3 months

Hey, anyone else playing Death Stranding like me? That's one good game!

Hannibal
Hannibal 3 months

DACA was an executive order-created program and can be rescinded by EO. Dems have no case. Obama had no legal right to create a pathway for citizenship; that's a legislative power! This is truly clown world reasoning.

Seekster
Seekster 3 months

DACA is an executive order by Obama. Trump is under no obligation to maintain an executive order by Obama. If Congress had passed DACA into law it would be a different story.

James Grieves
James Grieves 3 months

Well no. Free speech is one thing. The fact that most illegals aren’t watching CNN is another. There’s no real impact in the grand scale to justify punitive measures against someone exercising their rights.

porcus
porcus 3 months

Is it a crime to encourage any crime? Like, say, murder or rape or theft?

Innerparty
Innerparty 3 months

Don't want them.

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