Rick Tyler: Giving DREAMers Legal Status Is Not Amnesty; They Didn’t Break the Law

‘DREAMers did not break the law, it cannot be amnesty’

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TYLER: "By the way, it’s important to understand, giving DREAMers legal status permanently is not amnesty. The reason I say that is because DREAMers didn’t break the law, and amnesty applies to people who readily broke the law; DREAMers did not break the law, it cannot be amnesty." 

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