Supreme Court Lets DACA Stand : Politics Podcast : The NPR Politics Podcast The Supreme Court has extended a life-support line to some 650,000 so-called "Dreamers" on Thursday, allowing them to remain safe from deportation. In the majority opinion, Chief Justice John Roberts said the decision was not about the Trump administration's authority to end the program, but rather about its "arbitrary" justification.

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In 5-4 Decision, Supreme Court Lets DACA Stand

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In 5-4 Decision, Supreme Court Lets DACA Stand

In 5-4 Decision, Supreme Court Lets DACA Stand

In 5-4 Decision, Supreme Court Lets DACA Stand

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The Supreme Court has extended a life-support line to some 650,000 so-called "Dreamers" on Thursday, allowing them to remain safe from deportation. In the majority opinion, Chief Justice John Roberts said the decision was not about the Trump administration's authority to end the program, but rather about its "arbitrary" justification.

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