This week, Texas and several other states took the Obama Administration to court over DACA and DAPA matters. According to the article, “The brief sets forth the arguments for why the Fifth Circuit was wrong to block expanded DACA and DAPA from being implemented”. The administration tried to defend itself saying that the case shouldn’t belong in the court, however, the Supreme Court stated that it was suitable for court, and had the case continued. Furthermore, Texas “might incur to issue drivers’ licenses to individuals granted deferred action”. Even though that might be the case, the Obama Administration concludes that those are just the “effects” of the process. The Supreme Court decided to hear the case in April to proceed with their rulings.  Source: