Supreme Court Sides With Trump Over Statue Of Liberty On Public Charge Rule

Supreme Court Sides With Trump Over Statue Of Liberty On Public Charge Rule

When last we checked in on the Trump administration's plan to deny permanent residency to immigrants judged unlikely to succeed financially, the White House was dealt a trio of legal blows. In October, judges in New York and Washington State issued nationwide injunctions on Trump's attempt to effectively deny legal status to immigrants receiving government assistance, while a judge in California issued a limited ruling. The so-called “public charge” rule has been at the top of Stephen Mill
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