DACA Amnesty Coming in 2018, Says Republican Senator John Cornyn

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Earlier this month, Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas, along with several GOP co-sponsors, introduced a bill to grant amnesty to illegal alien beneficiaries of Barack Obama’s unconstitutional DACA program. With little time remaining in the legislative calendar, the bill is not expected to be debated in 2017. However, Cornyn promises that his DACA Amnesty bill will be considered by the Senate when Congress reconvenes in January.



From Reuters:

The U.S. Senate will not consider an immigration bill as part of year-end legislation but will turn to a measure protecting immigrant youths known as “Dreamers” in January, No. 2 Senate Republican John Cornyn said on Monday …

“The president has given us enough time to deal with this before March and so I think that’s plenty of time and I expect us to meet it,” Cornyn told reporters, adding, “If we can’t, then the president could extend the deadline if he chose to do so. But this is something we’re going to turn to, I’m sure, in January.”






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