The U.S. Supreme Court opted on Tuesday to stay out of several high-profile legal battles involving transgender military service and DACA.
The court’s lack of action means the Trump administration can begin enforcing its restriction on transgender military service, while on DACA the lack of action allows the program to continue for at least another 10-12 months while the issue plays out in the lower courts. The Trump administration had hoped to get a quick ruling from the high court supporting its end to DACA, which allows children of illegal immigrants to remain in the country.
The cases that were not acted on could come back next term.
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