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Trump Faces Election Risks in Looming Supreme Court Ruling on ‘Dreamers’

"I think the downside for him is probably fairly manageable," Texas-based Republican consultant Matt Mackowiak said. "I don't see DACA as an issue that affects Hispanics. DACA is an issue that affects DACA recipients." ...

Democrats gear up to hit GOP senators on DACA

“On the one hand, we have Trump saying and implementing all of these anti-immigrant policies. On the other hand, he’s signing executive orders mandating that employees go to work, like in the meat packing industries,” he ...

The fate of Dreamers is under siege. They need us now, more than ever

We remain proud of every Dreamer who chose to pursue their American dream at Hunter College. All three branches of the federal government—the executive, Congress, and the courts—should likewise applaud their grit during ...

Americans’ Faith in Law Is at Stake in the DACA Case

The Supreme Court has the opportunity to prove to the country that despite all the hardships that surround us, humanity is not dead, and cruelty does not rule the day. ...

Supreme Court denies request to suspend ‘public charge’ rule for immigrants during pandemic

Originally published by CNN The Supreme Court on Friday denied a request from New York and other states to block the Trump administration's controversial "public charge" rule during the coronavirus pandemic. The rule ...

As Supreme Court Mulls Dreamers, Kushner Revives Immigration Plan

The president’s son-in-law is hoping that a looming ruling will spur interest in his proposal, which is similar to one he tried to push last year. ...

The Supreme Court may have just made violence against immigrant children more likely

By deciding the Border Patrol agent who shot a teen could not be sued, the court is perpetuating a long history of violence against immigrant children ...

Supreme Court Weighs Whether Rejected Asylum Seekers Can Sue

The case, which concerns a member of Sri Lanka’s Tamil minority, could affect thousands of asylum seekers. ...

The Supreme Court just held that a border guard who shot a child will face no consequences

Hernandez v. Mesa ends with a decidedly Trumpy result. ...

Supreme Court allows Trump’s immigration rule on public benefits to take effect

Immigrants make up a small portion of those getting public benefits, since many are ineligible to get them because of their immigration status. ...

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