February 22, 2019
By Matt Bernardini
The federal government faced tough questioning Friday from a D.C. Circuit panel that seemed to disagree with the government’s argument that its decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was not reviewable because it was based on a policy difference.
“What’s frustrating is it’s not hard to change a policy of a prior administration,” D.C. Circuit Judge Thomas Griffith said during oral arguments. “But if it is based solely on law then it is going to be reviewable.” Read the full story at Law360.
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