judge on Thursday said he wanted to decide quickly lawsuits challenging the Trump administration’s decision to end a program that shielded from deportation children brought to the United States illegally by their parents. President Donald Trump this month decided to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, in March 2018. Since it was authorized in 2012 by President Barack Obama, the program has provided protection from deportation and the right to work legally to nearly 800,000 young people. Several states, organizations and individuals have filed lawsuits seeking to protect DACA recipients known as Dreamers. At a hearing in San Francisco federal court, U.S. District Judge William Alsup grouped four of those cases together, including a lawsuit filed by California’s attorney general and six individual Dreamers. Legal briefs for many of the issues could be finished by December, he said. “I don’t like the idea that we’re fiddling while Rome burns and then suddenly the program is expired,” Alsup said. The legal claims in all of the cases are similar: That the Trump administration did not follow proper administrative procedure in rescinding DACA, and that making enforcement promises to a group of people, only to revoke them, violates due process. The Trump administration has said it is ending DACA because Obama overstepped his constitutional authority when he bypassed Congress and created the DACA program unilaterally.
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Australia’s Sam Kerr celebrates her first goal.Picture: AP Kerr’s 38th-minute equaliser, off a superb Emily van Egmond ball, was a blend of brute power and just enough arc to render Brazil goalkeeper Daniele Neuhaus helpless. Her second in the 66th, a neat swipe home to cap a classy one-two between Chloe Logarzo and van Egmond. For all that, Brazil drew first blood when Marta skinned Ellie Carpenter on the right flank and crossed for Fabiana to finish at the back post. From there it was all Australia as the visitors sat back and tried to protect their lead. The best chance fell to Hayley Raso when Elise Kellond-Knight fed into the box, but the winger flashed her shot wide. Less than five minutes later van Egmond and Kerr had combined and the Matildas had their reward. The hosts may have taken a lead into the break when Katrina Gorry was slipped a through ball and rattled the upright, but the 16,829-strong crowd were made to wait less than two minutes after the restart. Fed by Kerr, Gorry miskicked her strike into the path of newly introduced substitute Caitlin Foord, who used her first touch of the match to see it home.
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