The U.S. Supreme Court and DACA

This week the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments surrounding DACA and now thousands of young immigrants are waiting to hear their fate. Earlier this week thousands rallied in support of DACA at the steps of the courthouse. Joining us to talk about the case are ASU law professor Angela Banks and DACA recipient Jose Patino.

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Angela Banks, ASU Professor
Jose Patino, DACA Recipient

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