Marchers protested in Washington DC last month, asking Congress to pass a “clean” Dream Act extension not tied to budget or spending bills. Only one Republican has signed onto such a concept; the rest continue to use DACA as a political bargaining chip.
Marchers protested in Washington DC last month, asking Congress to pass a “clean” Dream Act extension not tied to budget or spending bills. Only one Republican has signed onto such a concept; the rest continue to use DACA as a political bargaining chip. SHAWN THEW EFE
Marchers protested in Washington DC last month, asking Congress to pass a “clean” Dream Act extension not tied to budget or spending bills. Only one Republican has signed onto such a concept; the rest continue to use DACA as a political bargaining chip. SHAWN THEW EFE

Meet a Dreamer who works hard, lives in Los Banos and wants to be a doctor

November 23, 2017 09:54 AM