During an interview, Iowa Republican congressman Steve King speaking on the adoption of DACA stated “I don’t think we thought through this very well.” I believe he’s egregiously dismissive of the consideration that was indeed given to the issues regarding the implementation of DACA. Ironically I believe his statement more accurately reflects the situation regarding the repeal of DACA. The military has nearly 900 individuals serving in the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) Pilot Program. If they are indeed “vital” then what happens if they can no longer serve? And in this short piece The Atlantic raises the question about the status of DACA recipients working in the health care field.
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