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Is there a "double-standard" in the SCOTUS June 2020 ruling on DACA?

[A substantial edit to reflect OP's comments clarifying the question] The OP seems to assume "notice and comment" was a basis for overturning the recission of DACA but not for the creation ...
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Is there a "double-standard" in the SCOTUS June 2020 ruling on DACA?

The Supreme Court stated that ending DACA was, in itself, legal: (page 9) The dispute before the Court is not whether DHS may rescind DACA. All parties agree that it may. The dispute is instead ...
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Was the enacting of DACA unconstitutional?

The United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled unanimously today that President Obama did not exceed his constitutional and statutory authority in issuing the DACA executive order, and ...
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What does DACA have to do with the government shutdown?

The thing being blocked is actually a continuing resolution (CR) for appropriations and not a budget. See this answer or this editorial for details. To answer the core of the question, Democrats have ...
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Is there a "double-standard" in the SCOTUS June 2020 ruling on DACA?

The question really isn't a "double standard", per se, but a question of if a successive President can drop something from a prior administration For - It was done improperly without ...
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Why is President Trump ending the DACA program so controversial?

Because politics is about perception. Immigration opponents try to make the face of immigration the killer of Kate Steinle or the Somali refugees who committed terrorist attacks at Ohio State or ...
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How many people are registered under the DACA?

the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said there were 689,800 active DACA recipients as of Sept. 4, 2017.Factcheck org However, I still don't understand the distinction between the two ...
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Why is President Trump ending the DACA program so controversial?

Because DACA is about people who did nothing wrong. With undocumented immigrants who came to the US as adults, even those on the left are sometimes convinced by the argument that they did something ...
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Where can I find the document that rescinded DACA?

As mentioned in the linked question, DACA was originally issued through a DHS memo. A DHS memo was also used to rescind it. Both were written by the current or acting Department of Homeland Security ...
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Why did Trump not rescind DACA via an executive order?

An executive order would not sidestep the need to provide a valid reason. The court found that the memorandum instituting DACA constituted an agency "rule" as defined by the APA, meaning ...
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How could Obama start DACA, but Trump can not end it?

The judge didn't block the repeal: US district judge William Alsup rules the Daca program must remain in place while litigation over Trump’s decision unfolds. (Emphasis mine.) Further: The ...
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What does DACA have to do with the government shutdown?

They're not inherently related, but Democrats are using the government shutdown as leverage to try to get a DACA deal passed. Trump is actually in favor passing a DACA deal, but he's using the ending ...
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Where can I find the document that rescinded DACA?

In the United States immigration is handled by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) which is a part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). DACA is not a law or an ...
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