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  2. Why should Mark Brnovich decide where Arizona stands on DACA and Obamacare? AZCentralArizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is supposed to be the state's lawyer. He shouldn't get to be the client as well. View the full article
  3. Will Fresno Council Support DACA? Vote at Next Meeting. gvwire.comPolitics 101: Fresno council will tackle the DACA issue and vote whehter to support a brief at the Supreme Court; a controversial professor returns. View the full article
  4. Symposium: The government’s dissonant DACA drumbeat SCOTUSblogMelissa Crow is a senior supervising attorney with the Southern Poverty Law Center's Immigrant Justice Project. On November 12, the Supreme Court will hear ... View the full article
  5. 2 years after Trump announced DACA end, Staten Island immigrant looks to future with uncertainty SILive.comSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Rey David barely remembers the day he arrived in the United States as a 2-year-old and made Staten Island his home. View the full article
  6. Symposium: DACA is unlawful SCOTUSblogElizabeth Murrill is the Solicitor General of Louisiana. The federal government should prevail in the DACA cases for one straightforward reason: DACA is ... View the full article
  7. Democratic debate protesters were DACA recipients. They want action before Supreme Court rules. Vox.comThey told us they want action before the Supreme Court rules on the program allowing them to live in the US. View the full article
  8. Immigrants who Trump calls a 'burden' actually pay billions a year in taxes Shareblue MediaDonald Trump likes to talk about how immigrants are a "burden" to American taxpayers, but that's just a lie. A new report highlights just how much. View the full article
  9. Protesters storm Democratic debate stage shouting 'We are DACA recipients! Please save us!' Daily MailProtesters at Thursday's debate in Houston, Texas waited until the last question of the night to storm the stage and break out in chants claiming their lives are at ... View the full article
  10. Debate Protesters Interrupt Biden: ‘We Are DACA Recipients. Our Lives Are at Risk.’ New York MagazineAt the third Democratic debate in August in Houston, Before Joe Biden could tell a devastating story of the death of his wife and daughter, protesters yelled for ... View the full article
  11. Protesters briefly interrupt Houston Democratic debate | TheHill The HillBeneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program briefly interrupted former Vice President Joe Biden's answer to the final question at ... View the full article
  12. Here's What Protesters Were Shouting at Joe Biden During the Third Democratic Debate TIMEDuring the third Democratic presidential primary debate, protestors interrupted former Vice President Joe Biden as he was about to answer a question about ... View the full article
  13. Hecklers Yell About DACA to Biden During Democratic Debate Heavy.comAt the end of the Presidential Democratic debate, each candidate got a chance to talk about the toughest setback in their career. Joe Biden was asked the ... View the full article
  14. DACA Protesters Interrupt Biden During Debate: ‘Our Lives Are at Risk!’ MediaiteJoe Biden was staring to answer a question about dealing with setbacks in his life when protesters interjected. View the full article
  15. Symposium: Will the court reach the merits…of DACA? SCOTUSblogChristopher J. Hajec is Director of Litigation at the Immigration Reform Law Institute. At first, it might seem that a trio of cases before the Supreme Court involve ... View the full article
  16. Symposium: The DACA cases may be the next big test for the Roberts Court SCOTUSblogDayna Zolle is Appellate Counsel and Brianne Gorod is Chief Counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center. Earlier this year, President Donald Trump ... View the full article
  17. Symposium: Don’t judge a brief by its cover: DACA is a good policy that Congress has not authorized SCOTUSblogJosh Blackman is associate professor of law at South Texas College of Law Houston and an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute. Ilya Shapiro is director of the ... View the full article
  18. DACA's Fate Rests with Supreme Court Spectrum NewsAUSTIN, Texas -- During a panel on civic engagement at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas Tuesday, attorneys provided a policy briefing ... View the full article
  19. LBJ School holds panel over DACA among other immigration issues UT The Daily TexanAround 50 students gathered at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs to hear panelists speak on the current status of DACA and other immigration ... View the full article
  20. Symposium: Justices to review dispute over termination of DACA SCOTUSblogIn 2012, the Obama administration established a program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which allows undocumented young adults ... View the full article
  21. Board of Regents amends tuition guidelines for migrant students living in Arizona Arizona Daily WildcatThe Arizona Board of Regents decided on Aug. 22 to expand availability for the tuition rate currently paid by Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival students. View the full article
  22. Arizona latest to join multi-state coalition against DACA The Center SquareArizona became the latest state to join 10 other attorneys general opposing DACA in Texas v. United States, a case slated to be argued before the U.S. Supreme ... View the full article
  23. Deferred action on DACA: Program lives on, advocates worry for how long KTAR.comWASHINGTON – Two years after the Trump administration announced plans to kill Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the program still has a pulse, but ... View the full article
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  25. Trump Continues to Fight for the End of DACA Communal NewsEver since President Obama signed DACA, The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, it has received constant beratement from Republicans and ... View the full article
  26. ABOR revision provides undocumented students with lower tuition The State PressThe revision allows undocumented students who graduated high school in Arizona to qualify for a non-resident tuition rate, lower than the out-of-state rate. View the full article
  27. Nevada DREAMers move forward two years after the cancellation of DACA The Nevada IndependentThis story has been translated and edited from its original Spanish version. It's been two years since the Trump administration canceled a program that for years ... View the full article
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