THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT WILL DECIDE IF THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TERMINATED DACA UNLAWFULLYThree lawsuits were filed against the Trump administration challenging the federal governments right to end DACA by Executive Order.Regents of the University of California v. Department of Homeland SecurityVidal v AleenanNAACP v. TrumpThese three cases have been consolidated into a single case and will be heard by the United States Supreme Court on November 12, 2019. This ruling will effect college admissions policies publicly funded colleges and Universities.THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA USED STUDENT FUNDS TO FILE THE FEDERAL IMMIGRATION LAWSUIT AGAINST THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY ON BEHALF OF DACA STUDENTS.IS AN IMMIGRATION LAWSUIT AGAINST THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OUTSIDE THE PURVIEW OF THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY?DID THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESIDENT; JANET NAPOLITANO, MIS-USE TAXPAYER FUNDS TO FILE THIS LAWSUIT?The University of California is a taxpayer funded public land grant institution, and as such, California residents are to be given priority enrollment. While citing a lack of adequate funding, the University of California denies admission to approximately 10,700 highly qualified California resident students each year in order to sell their seats to out-of-state and international students for a profit.The UC then uses… Read full this story
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