DACA Supporters Rejoice -- And Wonder What's Next
Quite a few jaws dropped when the U.S. Supreme Court opted to leave Delayed Action for Childhood Arrivals--DACA--in place, denying the Trump administration's bid to end the program created by President Obama.
The denial was based on technical issues, not merits. So the immigrants without full legal status who arrived as children, the "dreamers," could still face deportation. The administration is making some moves on immigration while Congress considers action (not seen as likely in an election year).
We gather some reactions to the Supreme Court ruling. John Almaguer is an immigration attorney who follows the issue closely. Southern Oregon University student Jocksana Corona, a dreamer, also visits.