The Trump administration reversed Obamas program after Attorney General Sessions concluded, correctly, that it was effectuated . . . without proper statutory authority. The legality of the administrations decision seems obvious. There should be no legal problem when an administration shuts down a program adopted its predecessor that unconstitutionally expands presidential power.
Doesn't matter. Even if it was proper, the bar to repeal is the same as the bar to enact. If an EO can enact it, an EO can end it. Besides, it was called "Deferred" in the first place, not the "Never Action for Childhood Arrival" program.
posted on 11/12/2019 4:09:04 PM PST
by Still Thinking
(Freedom is NOT a loophole!)
To: Still Thinking
See my post #2.
DACA is NOT an executive order written by Æthelblack the Unready.
posted on 11/12/2019 4:10:32 PM PST
(The Media & the DNC tells you who you're gonna vote for. We CHOSE Trump.)
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