25 citations issued, no arrests at DACA rally in Racine

RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) – Racine police say 25 people were cited for obstructing during Monday’s DACA rally outside House Speaker Paul Ryan’s office in Racine.

They’re unhappy that lawmakers aren’t taking any action to help DREAMers.

President Donald Trump originally called for March 5 to be the program’s deadline, but a federal judge ordered the administration to keep renewing application.

No one at the rally was arrested.

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