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Thirteen U.S. states sue over new rule to limit legal immigration

Reuters Thursday, 15 August 2019
A coalition of 13 U.S. states sued President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday, seeking to block a new rule that would drastically reduce legal immigration by denying visas to poor migrants.
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