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States sue Trump administration over "public charge" rule

CBS News Thursday, 15 August 2019
Attorneys general in 13 states are suing the Trump administration, arguing the expanded rule will deter non-citizens from seeking "essential" public aid
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News video: AG Shapiro Files Suit Challenging Trump Administration’s Public Charge Rule

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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.

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