DACA

South Carolina lawmakers, business leaders speak out as Supreme Court weighs DACA decision

Nearly 7,000 South Carolinians fall under DACA protection

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) –On Tuesday morning, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a case that could lead to the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. While the justices listened to the arguments hundreds of miles away, South Carolina lawmakers and business leaders called for the Court to not discontinue the program, saying the economic impact…

Some DACA protections revamped, for others, safeguards stripped: Details from Trump’s border wall ‘compromise’

(ABC News)- When President Donald Trump announced a deal to “compromise” with Democrats in an effort to secure border funding Saturday, he avoided mentioning several major proposed changes including the way the nation handles the temporary protected status of people from countries ravaged by war or disaster and for young immigrants known as “Dreamers.” In his announcement on Saturday, Trump…