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Trump tweet signals administration could again try to dismantle DACA
The Supreme Court shot down the administration's 2017 attempt to shut down the policy.
Arizona DACA recipients celebrate US Supreme Court ruling
The ruling has brought some temporary relief to thousands of immigrants in Arizona who were brought to the country as children.
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