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Rep. Ed Royce DACA statement draws attention to past opposition to DREAM Act

When Republican Congressman Ed Royce's announced support this past week for allowing many brought illegally into the country as children to remain with legal status, it left some scratching their heads. After all, Royce has opposed the DREAM Act, an unsuccessful proposal which would have provided legal status and a path to citizenship for those who have become known as Dreamers.
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