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CU and CUF joined forces with other conservative organizations in filing an amicus brief on DACA

Citizens United and Citizens United Foundation joined forces with other conservative organizations in filing an amicus brief urging the 2nd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in New York to overturn a U.S. District Court judge’s order imposing a nationwide injunction that prohibits the Trump Administration from dismantling former President Obama’s DACA program – a program allows certain aliens to remain in the United States despite being here illegally  – during the pendency of a lawsuit challenging the termination of the program.

Citizens United & Citizens United Foundation Amicus Brief in 2nd Circuit Court Of Appeals Re: DACA by Citizens United on Scribd


  
    
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