The arguments before the Supreme Court over the Trump administration’s rescission of the DACA program demonstrated once again why Congress needs to act. A president has acted. Now the courts are acting. But even though broad majorities of Americans favor a path to citizenship for DACA recipients, Congress has refused to pass legislation that could solve this problem once and for all.
The Supreme Courts decision doesn’t have to be the last word on DACA—not if Congress and the American people decide they can come together to do what’s right.