Comment: Supreme Court Protects Dreamers

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled against the Trump administration's bid to end the DACA program. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the liberal members of the court and authored the opinion, see the decision below in news items. The opinion holds that the Trump administration violated the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) in attempting to terminate DACA.

This administration has been sloppy in implementing its policy priorities, especially when it comes to pet peeves of President Trump, such as immigrant bashing, resulting in conflicts with the APA’s requirement of notice and comment rule making. However, the Supreme’s objections based on the violations of APA are not difficult to overcome. If President Trump were to get a second mandate from the people of the USA in November, we expect DACA to be repealed by rule making during his second term. We encourage Congress not to leave innocent children brought to this country by their parents at the mercy or ineptitude of the Trump administration--and to legislatively provide them with the lawful status that they deserve.

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