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DACA Fix vs. DREAM Act: Moving the Goalposts

The press and politicians have been talking about DACA and the DREAM Act interchangeably, but they’re different things, and the difference matters a lot. When the administration announced last week that it was winding down Obama’s illegal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (that gives two-year renewable work permits to illegals who claim to have arrived before age 16), it threw the issue over to Congress, where it belongs. But fixing the specific problem of 690,000 people who applied in good faith for Obama’s illegal program, and whose work permits will start expiring after March 5, is very different from passing a
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