First Concrete Indication of Future of DACA/DAPA

The challenge brought by Texas and those joining in Texas vs. United States is that the policies if allowed would result in costs to the States.  Specifically, Texas cites that it would impose the cost of issuing DACA/DAPA recipients drivers licenses.  While. . . yesterday the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in another case brought by State challenging the initial DACA grant on the basis it imposed costs of the the State of Mississippi.  In its decision the Court held that the State did not have standing to bring suit.

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