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'I’ll see you in court, Mr. President': Immigrant youth challenges Trump over DACA decision

Campaign Action “I'm not giving up,” writes Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient  Martín Batalla Vidal about Donald Trump’s disgraceful decision earlier this week to end the program and leave the lives of 800,000 immigrant youth—many of whom know no other place but the United States as their home—up in the air. “ In fact, I'm suing”: … With DACA, I was able to take college classes.
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