Future of Ohio's "Dreamers" Uncertain

Lima, OH (WIMA) - The White House announced a type of winding down of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on Tuesday.

The Center for American Progress says Ohio would lose $250 billion in Gross Domestic Product if DACA workers were removed.

Jose Cabrera, Immigrant Program coordinator for the Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center in Cincinnati, says the business community understands the program's value.

Administration leaders noted all existing DACA work permits will be honored until their expiration up to 2 years from now.

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