A federal judge did not immediately rule Tuesday on a closely watched case over the fate of DACA, which grants limited protections on hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought into the U.S. as children. U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen set an early April deadline for lawyers on both sides to provide more information. The case is led by Texas, which are asking the judge to invalidate DACA. The State of New Jersey and two immigration advocacy groups are leading the defense for DACA, against Texas. Hanen previously ruled against Texas in 2018 and declined to issue a preliminary injunction, but stated he believed DACA was unconstitutional.

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No ruling in case deciding fate of DACA.