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Big Business Pushes Back On DACA

Dozens of immigration advocates and supporters attend a rally outside of  Trump Tower on August 15. Now, more than 400 companies have joined in seeking to preserve the protections of DACA.
Dozens of immigration advocates and supporters attend a rally outside of Trump Tower on August 15. Now, more than 400 companies have joined in seeking to preserve the protections of DACA.

If the government wants to deport a Microsoft employee who has benefited from DACA, “it’s going to have to go through us to get that person,” Microsoft President Brad Smith told NPR.

More than 400 CEOs of companies, big and small, oppose President Donald Trump’s decision to end the immigration program. But apart from signing letters and defending individual employees, what can businesses do?

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