What will the Supreme Court’s decision mean for the president or Congress? Attorney Alex Swoyer weighs in on 'Fox & Friends First.'
This is a question, not a polemic. I really want to know. What is confusing about Trump's "shole countries" comment is the fact that this came up in the context of DACA. That is people who entered the country illegally as children, who as adults have either gone to college or joined the military, and who have no criminal record. Show More Summary
Alice Ollstein at TPM has a summary on the status of the DACA program. The opening grafs: When the final gavel came down Thursday afternoon, marking the Senate’s failure to pass any one of four immigration bills up for debate, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) left the chamber with a spring in his step. Asked by […]
Here is why the immediate fate of the Dreamers is in the hands of the Supreme Court.
Some 20,000 teachers rely on DACA.
In Monopoly, few players get to pass go and collect $200 without paying some dues along the way. President Trump is one of the few, and sometimes plays by his own rules. His lawyers are trying to bypass the federal appeals courts to take their case against "Dreamers" directly......
MICHAEL WALSH: With DACA, Put the Federal Judiciary Back In Its Constitutional Box. Read the whole thing.
A group of law students seek to add more voices to the immigration battle.
Jonathan Blitzer on a week of failed efforts to find a deal on DACA and immigration in the Senate, which will satisfy Stephen Miller, President Trump, and other hard-liners.
President Donald Trump has claimed young undocumented immigrants – so-called dreamers – have been abandoned by Democrats, even though he himself rescinded the programme granting them protection from deportation. “Cannot believe how BADLY...Show More Summary
How long until we can expect them to come for us?” Yvette, a 22-year-old Mexican immigrant living in Michigan, was scared.
"Cannot believe how BADLY DACA recipients have been treated by the Democrats..."
Good morning, and happy Friday. Congress has concluded DACA negotiations without reaching a deal after the White House intervened to undermine them. The House and Senate are out until Feb. 26, and it looks set to be a slow day in D.C. Of course, it’s risky to say things like that these days. Here’s what our team has its eyes on today. Read More ?
"Some Democrats fought for Dreamers today, others fought for themselves." The post Sen. Kamala Harris pivots left on DACA bill vote appeared first on Hot Air.
With an immigration deal all but dead, President Donald Trump on Friday claimed that Democrats had abandoned the nearly 700,000 undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers. His administration unilaterally moved to end protections for the young immigrants back in September. Show More Summary
HMM: Senate mulls DACA extension, wall funding in March spending bill.
What's next for DACA recipients? How about an underground railroad to Canada until sanity returns to this place?
President Donald Trump excoriated congressional Democrats on Friday, accusing them of abandoning young people in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Congress is scrambling to come up with an immigration deal, but the president says he won't compromise his demands.