Via American Action News:

After releasing highly-contentious decisions on gerrymandering and the 2020 census, the Supreme Court has announced it will decide if the president can end the DACA program. 

Fox News’ Shannon Bream and Bill Mears report:
 The justices announced Friday they will hear oral arguments on the appeal in its next term, which begins in October. A ruling is expected in the presidential election year, putting the high court at the center of one of the most politically charged issues.

Federal appeals courts around the country have rejected efforts by the federal government to move ahead with phasing out the Obama-era program, known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA.

DACA was created under executive order, and gives some illegal immigrants — known as “Dreamers” — who were brought to the United States as children the opportunity to receive a renewable two-year reprieve from deportation and become eligible for a work permit.

The Trump administration in 2017 announced its plan to phase out the program, but federal courts have ruled that the phase-out could not apply retroactively and that the program should be restarted.
The decision assures the DACA program will loom over the race for the White House.


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