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The Supreme Court ruled against his administration's termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. But the president said he'd try again.
The court temporarily saved deportation relief for Dreamers, but they could be at risk in the future without congressional action.
Under current law, Dreamers can’t work in paid positions in the House or Senate.
Maybe he can finally get his wall if we "grant citizenship to a BILLION foreigners," she angrily tweets.
They want to stay in the U.S. and help children. But President Donald Trump might not let them.
We gave Dreamers a five-year glimpse at how it feels to be treated as “real” Americans, and now we’re debating closing the blinds.
The decision means the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will remain in effect -- for now.
President Donald Trump's administration rejected multiple bipartisan proposals.
The White House plan to scrap DACA isn’t going well in federal court.