Stanford Law Professors on Deporting Young Dreamers, DACA, Executive Orders, and the Constitution

On Tuesday, September 5, President Trump rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, the executive action issued by President Obama in 2012 that allowed young undocumented immigrants to remain legally in the country to attend school and work. In these two Q&As, Stanford Law Professors weigh in, with Jayashri Srikantiah explaining DACA and potential implications of rescinding it and Michael McConnell discussing executive orders, DACA, and the Constitution.

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Deporting Undocumented Young Dreamers: Jayashri Srikantiah on the End of DACA






Michael W. McConnell

Michael McConnell on Executive Orders, DACA, and the Constitution