Biotech Leaders Join Corporate Chorus Angry Over Trump's DACA Move

11 Septembre, 2017, 06:29 | Auteur: Phil Beauvilliers
  • Biotech Leaders Join Corporate Chorus Angry Over Trump's DACA Move

Barrera said he worries about students without legal status returning to the shadows - dropping out of society and school - because they are uncertain about their futures in the United States.

University of Central Arkansas President Houston Davis said Trump's decision to end the program - unless Congress takes action within six months - has increased the uncertainty surrounding students that are enrolled at UCA and other universities in the state and country. In the end, the blame will be mostly on Congress. The 800,000 people who have registered through the program know no other life, other than in America, and should not be deported back to their birthplaces. This is a positive development and I thank the Speaker for it. With that said, the discharge petition has been filed, and it will continue to be an outlet if we can't get a bill to the floor.

Four years after comprehensive immigration legislation passed the Senate only to die in the House, Trump tossed to Congress the question of what to do with almost 800,000 young immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

If Congress doesn't pass a bill to protect or extend DACA, the program' participants would have to be laid off as their work permits expire. That's a massive amount of money to lose just to achieve an inhumane campaign promise that appeals to white supremacists. He blithely declared, "We cannot admit everyone who would like to come here". That happened during the 9/11 attacks that caused "massive delays" in processing of visa applications. Millions of individuals in the United States employed undocumented workers to repair their roofs, cut their lawns, and clean their houses. So, to rescue another debased phrase, let's be clear.

"I don't agree with that DACA decision", Bannon said on CBS News this week.

"President Obama's unconstitutional DACA program was one of the most egregious examples of his executive overreach", said U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi, a Columbus Republican. The latest version is sponsored by Senator Dick Durbin, a Democrat, and Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican.

Ohio's outspoken Republican governor on Wednesday blasted President Donald Trump's decision to begin dismantling the Obama-era program protecting young immigrants brought into the country illegally. While his executive order was in the interests of fair play and a sound economy, it disregarded the checks and balances that distinguish the American system of governance. The response in the South Bay city was immediate. In this way, those who want to grant amnesty have hurt their own cause by denying that that's what they want to do.

He also shed light on the fact that the move to demolish DACA wasn't a required legal action, but only "a political decision, and a moral question". "As attorney general for the state of Washington, I have a hammer - it's the law", Ferguson said.

Napolitano's memo characterized the DACA application process not as the creation of a new, substantive right for Dreamers but as a case-by-case exercise of the executive branch's prosecutorial discretion. You do this because of a logistical and moral tradeoff: deporting millions of "dreamers" would be a net negative relative to the costs associated with them staying vs. the moral hazard of rewarding rule-breaking.

Members of the immigrant community responded to the Trump administration's announcement by taking to the streets. "Almost one million young immigrants like myself will be affected in the same way and possibly even worse". "Therefore, the district will not release your records".