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NY Groups Fear Fallout From Federal Judge In Texas Suspending "Dreamers" Policy

Jul 17, 2021 View Original Article
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    -66% Very Liberal

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  • Policy Leaning

    80% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -17% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

67% : Friday's decision lends more urgency to calls from advocates to create a permanent solution for undocumented immigrants.
66% : In a statement, Jose Lopez, Co-Executive Director of the Make the Road New York immigrant advocacy group said it's time to create a permanent pathway for undocumented immigrants.
57% : On his first day in office, President Joe Biden told the Department of Homeland Security's secretary "to take all actions he deems appropriate, consistent with applicable law, to preserve and fortify DACA," NBC News reported, adding that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "predicted the ruling would be stayed and said that Democrats would 'continue to press for any and all paths to ensure that the Dream and Promise Act, now passed twice by the House, becomes the law of the land.'"
51% : "We know that DACA is lawful, and it has helped and protected immigrants across the country.
45% : Texas state officials led the legal challenge to DACA and the lawsuit was joined by Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, South Carolina and West Virginia, the Times said, writing that "Officials in those states had argued that the program was improperly adopted and left them with the burden of paying for education, health care and other benefits for immigrants who remained in the country under DACA's protections."
44% : The program participants who have already been enrolled in DACA and known as "Dreamers" can remain in the country, but new applications will not be approved, said Judge Andrew S. Hanen of the United States District Court in Houston, the New York Times reported.
42% : Nonetheless, DACA has always been temporary.
33% : In June 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration violated the law by the manner in which it ended DACA in 2017 and ordered the program reinstated -- though notably Chief Justice John Roberts's majority opinion did not attempt to weigh the morality of DACA, and left the door open for the Department of Homeland Security to revisit other legal challenges.

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