WASHINGTON — S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson is among officials from 10 states threatening to sue the Trump administration over an immigration campaign promise yet to be fulfilled.
Wilson and others sent U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions a letter this week cautioning legal action if President Donald Trump does not rescind President Barack Obama’s 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
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Also known as DACA, the Obama executive order grants stays of deportation to certain undocumented immigrants brought illegally into the country by their parents.
Trump campaigned on a promise to reduce illegal immigration, including by targeting DACA beneficiaries.
“The previous administration unilaterally rewrote federal law through its DACA executive order,” Wilson said in a statement Friday.
“Our constitution requires that only Congress, not the
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