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Hispanic residents applaud Supreme Court DACA decision

Hispanic residents in Door and Kewaunee counties are pleased the United States Supreme Court upheld the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, policy.  The high court ruled 5-4 against repealing the Obama Administration policy that offers a two-year deportation deferral for those who came to the U.S as children and allowed them to receive work permits.  Imelda Delchambre with the Hispanic Research Council of Door and Kewaunee Counties says that decision is welcome by young Hispanic adults throughout the area.  She says some were afraid of being sent to countries they've never lived in.

 

 

 

While several states that challenged the legality of the DACA policy plan to file new paperwork with federal courts, Delchambre believes it will survive another challenge.

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