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FredHayek wrote: He thinks this is something that Congress needs to create as legislation rather than a executive order by a man who can't get a majority through the House and Senate.
For procedural reasons that Judge Hanen spelled out in his latest opinion, his ruling will not immediately affect current DACA recipients, although it will bar approval of new applications. In addition, as Judge Hanen remarked, the government will have an opportunity to put DACA on a firmer legal footing through a new regulation that is currently in the drafting stage.
The Emancipation Proclamation could have easily passed the legislature. The Amendment that outlawed slavery passed. (The legislature was dominated by Republicans.) The slave owning Democrat politicians didn't show up in DC. Just like Texas Democrats.
Wayne Harrison wrote: Like The Emancipation Proclamation, you mean? Or Nixon's pardon?