Over the past week, the news has been dominated by Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation for the Supreme Court. But while the country is focused on this important issue, another significant one may pass by unnoticed.
Today, September 30, marks the end of the Federal Fiscal Year. At this time each year, the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program resets and the President decides how many refugees will be accepted into the U.S. for the following year. But this year, due to the Supreme Court nomination, the decision on refugee resettlement has been delayed. Why is this the case? Well, here’s what the Supreme Court nomination and refugee resettlement have in common.Read More