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Outrage over ending the dreamers program

17 September 2017

As DREAMers wait to see what President Trump does, Congress has the ball.

President Trump's decision to end protections for immigrants who have been living illegally in the country since they were children was heartless, cynical and counterproductive.

New applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, will no longer be accepted, attorney general Jeff Sessions announced on September 5. Of course, immigration is a top issue for Texas Representative Joaquin Castro, a Democrat.

Peters, D-San Diego, represents California's 52nd Congressional District.

Mr. Castro, thanks so much for being with us.

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Separately, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Democrats are backing legislation to help the young immigrants and hope to force a vote on it later this month - a maneuver that would require the support of at least two dozen Republicans. Let Congress know that we don't end dreams in America, we nurture them. But the meeting was a positive sign.

Those people are the foundation of our immigrant community and, if we go back far enough and it can be argued that this group is the foundation of our country. Sometimes, two or three of those answers are from the president himself.

"I have no idea what happened in that room last night, so I'm not going to even speculate", Barletta told reporters. Then in 2010 it passed the House but not the Senate. You get more than a million determined, hardworking young people who will continue to make this country stronger and more prosperous.

Still, the border wall could become a sticking point, along with a path to citizenship.

CASTRO: Yeah, I'm concerned.

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The Tax Policy Center, a joint effort of the Urban Institute and the Brookings Institution, estimates that the tax cuts Mr. And Congress must act by December 8 to fund the government or face a shutdown, which could distract from the tax debate.

"It is relieving and a bit reassuring", said Nayda Benitez, a senior student at University of Colorado Colorado Springs, "I'm not trying to just believe anything that's put out there".

SIMON: Should they have amnesty? "We are looking at allowing people to stay here".

According to numbers by AAPI Data and the Center for Migration Studies, one in seven Asian immigrants in the United States is undocumented and AAPI are the fastest growing undocumented population, having tripled in the past 15 years. And so they've essentially been living as Americans in every way except having citizenship. Soon thereafter, however, Mr. Trump said he would take another look at the issue if Congress failed to act. If he stands by his promises on DACA, will he be invited to the next one? Immigration advocates say that's about 154,000 people nationwide.

President Donald Trump outlined a deal Thursday to overhaul an Obama-era immigration program and said his promised border wall could come later, plus told reporters during a trip to Florida he didn't think a tax overhaul would need to include an increase in rates for the wealthy.

"We've been very clear".

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Outrage over ending the dreamers program