More States Sue Trump Administration Over 'Public Charge' Rule
Friday, 16 August 2019
Watch VideoCalifornia, along with Oregon, Pennsylvania, Maine and the District of Columbia, is suing the Trump administration over its new "public charge" rule.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed the lawsuit on Friday. That was less than a week after the administration issued a final rule that would make it ...
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AG Shapiro and five other attorney generals are challenging the rule, saying it targets low-income legal immigrants, potentially making it more difficult for them to obtain citizenship. AG Shapiro Files Suit Challenging Trump Administration’s Public Charge Rule 00:22
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