Tal Kopan, CNN, Apr. 25, 2018 - "DACA may have won a court victory Tuesday night, but the decision only makes the legal path forward murkier. The complexity only adds to the likelihood DACA will remain intact for many months if not longer, despite President Donald Trump's initial plan to begin its termination in early March. ... [R]ather than provide clarity on the future of DACA, the ruling only adds layers of complexity to an existing morass in the courts about the program's future. "This further muddies the litigation on this issue," said Stephen Yale-Loehr, an immigration attorney with Miller-Mayer and Cornell Law School professor. "Overall it's a pretty murky area for everyone involved, there's no certainty for DACA recipients, or employers, or the government, in terms of what's going on." "