The Senate has passed a spending bill that doesn’t include DACA

– Yesterday, the Senate has passed a spending bill that keeps the Johnson Amendment in tact and includes funding for the administration’s border wall, the opioid epidemic and other programs. The bill does not include a legislative replacement for DACA, which leaves many undocumented youth with few options. (WaPo, 3/23)

The Migration Policy Institute estimates that there are 120,000 immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children who would turn 15 and become eligible for DACA protections over the next four years.

Immigrant advocates say that pool of people illustrates the need for a legislative replacement for DACA, an idea that has stalled multiple times in Congress and was left out of the spending deal reached on Capitol Hill on Thursday to avoid a looming government-shutdown deadline. Lawmakers appear unlikely to focus again on the issue anytime soon.

– Here’s what Congress is stuffing into its $1.3 trillion spending bill (WaPo, 3/22)

NONPROFITS | After reports of Facebook user data being compromised to influence the 2016 election came out this week, fundraising professionals are advising nonprofits about their use of the website to solicit donations. (Reuters, 3/22)

PUBLIC SAFETYWhat Gun-Control Activists Can Learn From the Civil-Rights Movement (Atlantic, 3/23)

EDUCATION | The District has created plans to help students who are not on track to graduate this year due to excessive absences, but teachers and students are not sure if they are enough. (WAMU, 3/22)

TRANSPORTATION | Maryland lawmakers commit $167M for Metro, completing regional funding puzzle (WBJ, 3/23)

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