"Ending DACA, whose participants are mostly of Mexican origin, is a culmination of President's Trump's oft-stated commitments - whether personally held, stated to appease some portion of his constituency, or some combination thereof - to punish and disparage people with Mexican roots", the complaint says.
Trump's plan is "cruel, shortsighted, inhumane" and is driven by a personal bias against Hispanics, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.
Schneiderman says oxycodone should only be purchased from a pharmacy.
"These DREAMers play by the rules". Dreamers work hard. Dreamers pay taxes. "America is the only home they have ever known - and they deserve to stay here and keep contributing to our state and our nation". DACA grantees, who were often brought here illegally by their parents, are not permitted to vote or receive federal student aid, however they are allowed some state education benefits and the right to a criminal attorney.
Residents protest as South Korea deploys missile defense system THAAD
China hopes North Korea will "see the situation clearly and come to the right judgment and choice", Mr Wang said . The expert believes the initiative is a long-term plan that can not be realized in the short-term.
The states said the administration's decision to revoke DACA was arbitrary and failed to provide notice as required by federal law.
"In announcing his presidential campaign, then-candidate Trump compared Mexican immigrants to rapists, stating: 'When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best".
Schneiderman held a press conference today to issue an urgent public health alert about a unsafe and potentially lethal new drug that has made its way into Western New York.
Democratic attorneys general filed the suit Wednesday in retaliation to the administration's announcement a day earlier that it would end the program created by former President Barack Obama, unless Congress provided a legislative fix by March 2018. But that might only buy more time before the revocation goes into effect instead of permanently reinstating DACA, Gulasekaram said.
Man shot by police at Miami International Airport
The shooting occurred as people flocked to the airport in a bid to evacuate before Hurricane Irma approaches. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating the officer-involved shooting.
But if the program is phased out, more than 800,000 people now working and studying in the USA under the Obama-era initiative could be deported.
In an interview on Wednesday, Mr. Schneiderman said, "We think the court will take a look at what's behind the change in policy and conclude that the rationales offered yesterday don't make any sense".
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said the action violates the due process rights of the immigrants.
Choi added that immigrants, advocates and elected officials will have to "fight tooth and nail" in the streets, in the halls of Congress and in the courts.
Widespread looting reported in Sint Maarten
The storm also affected the north coast of Puerto Rico, where it left more than a million people without power/electricity. The airport was not destroyed, but it is not functional, said French Interior Minister Gérard Collomb.
Separately, after Schneiderman's alert, Niagara County officials announced an emergency meeting of the legislature's Opiate Addiction/Overdose Strategy Implementation Standing Committee (OASIS) will be called to review county and law enforcement agency policies, prosecutorial decision-making and other factors influencing the opioid crisis in Niagara County.