Federal appeals court rules against Trump on ending DACA

Dec 2015
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Federal appeals court rules against Trump on ending DACA
The Trump administration acted in an "arbitrary and capricious" manner when it sought to end the Obama-era program, the three-judge panel said.
By Associated Press

"RICHMOND, Va. — The federal appeals court ruled Friday the Trump administration acted in an "arbitrary and capricious" manner when it sought to end an Obama-era program that shields young immigrants from deportation."
"A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2 to 1 that the Trump administration violated federal statue when it tried to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program without adequately explaining why. The ruling overturns a lower court ruling a judge in Maryland made last year, which Trump had previously praised via Twitter."
"Friday's ruling will not have any immediate effect as other federal courts have already ordered that DACA be kept in place."
"The 4th Circuit ruling said the Department of Homeland Security did not "adequately account" for how ending DACA program would affect the hundreds of thousands of young people who "structured their lives" around the program."









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The Circuit Court ruling is in line with other Federal rulings and brings justice to the DACA recipients to hopefully bring an end to the madness of the Trump Administration in trying to undo a great program that is so praiseworthy for those young people.
 
Dec 2014
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They twisted logic on that 2-1 ruling. In fact they overruled the DC on one or two issues, and denied other claims by plaintiffs. So affirmed in part, reversed in part, remanded.

Funny thing is when Øbama executed DACA it was implemented without regard to the APA, yet the court overrturned Trump's repeal of Øbama's action because of the APA. Meaning they allowed DACA to stand even though Øbama never subjected DACA to the alleged APA requirement. LOL
 
May 2019
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Any guesses on where the Supreme Court will swing?
From the original post link. It appears we'll know by primary time 2020 an answer to your query.
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The justices have set no date to take action.

If the high court decides it wants to hear the appeals, arguments would not take place before the fall. That means a decision is not expected until 2020, which could come in the thick of next year's presidential contest.
 
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