Lorena Espinoza de Piña is one of America’s front-line health care workers, risking their lives and the health of their family in the fight against the coronavirus. She is also a “Dreamer,” brought to the U.S. as a child by undocumented immigrant parents, whose future remains uncertain. Across the United States, about 27,000 health care workers like her are in legal limbo as they anxiously await a decision by the Supreme Court on the program known as DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. If the court sides with the Trump administration, they could be deported. Espinoza de Piña is a 26-year-old registered nurse who has been working on the neuro floor of SSM Health in the St. Louis, Missouri, area for three years. She mainly works with stroke and seizure patients, but since the coronavirus outbreak began she has been rotating on the isolation floor tending to COVID-19 patients.  “I’ve been exposed. Luckily I’m fine because it was a couple days ago. I haven’t been feeling any symptoms or anything, but it’s just scary,” she said. Lorena Espinoza de Piña, ready for work as a registered nurse Lorena Espinoza de Piña Her health isn’t her only worry. The Supreme Court is expected


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