The Path Forward For The Texas DACA Case – Reason.com

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07-17-2021

The Path Forward For The Texas DACA CaseA stay from the Fifth Circuit is unlikely. Second, the Court temporarily stayed "the immediate vacatur as it applies to current DACA recipients." Justice Kavanaugh recently split the difference in the eviction case: he found the moratorium illegal but declined to put that ruling into effect. What about Justice Barrett? Well, if Kavanaugh submits on the second ground, she can say nothing.

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The case sat around while the DACA rescission litigation wound through the federal courts. Judge Hanen issued three very precise remedies First, the Court vacated the original 2012 DACA memorandum, in part. Second, the Court temporarily stayed "the immediate vacatur as it applies to current DACA recipients." Justice Kavanaugh recently split the difference in the eviction case: he found the moratorium illegal but declined to put that ruling into effect. Well, if Kavanaugh submits on the second ground, she can say nothing.