Capitol Report (July 6): Federal Appeals Court to Decide Fate of DACA Program; White House Reveals Staff Salaries

The Biden administration is working to resume the Obama-era DACA immigration law. It grants protected status to people who entered the United States illegally as children. A Texas court recently deemed this illegal, but now the White House is appealing that ruling. Immigration experts have gathered in Washington to discuss this and more.

With politics in full play when it comes to the border crisis, how big of a factor will illegal immigration play when it comes to the upcoming fall elections? Texas Congressman Michael Cloud joins us to discuss.

Arizona has a new law requiring voters to prove that they are U.S. citizens, but the Biden administration disagrees. The Justice Department is now suing Arizona over the law.

President Joe Biden is in Ohio touting his economic plan and something that he says will protect pension checks for millions of Americans, as his approval ratings continue to suffer over his handling of the economy.

Highland Park shooting suspect Robert Crimo appeared in court. Law enforcement officials say he has confessed to the killing spree, and prosecutors say they will file more charges.

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