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Advocates Decry Trump’s Supreme Court Appeal to Lift Order Blocking “Public Charge” Rule

"The Trump administration is grasping at straws in their desperate attempt to expedite implementation of their racist wealth test for immigrants even before the government's appeals have been heard by the circuit courts,” reads a statement to Law 360.
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Court Denies Request to Lift Last Remaining Nationwide “Public Charge” Injunction

The ruling protects millions of low-income immigrant families from the Trump administration’s proposed change, according to CBS News.
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Immigrant Rights Advocates File First Federal Lawsuit to Block Interrelated “Public Charge” Rules

Today, advocates in New York filed Make the Road New York v. Pompeo, the first federal lawsuit seeking to jointly block three interrelated “Public Charge” rules promulgated by the Trump Administration, reports The Washington Post.
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LAS Joins Day of Action to Provide Resources on “Public Charge” Rule

Organized by the Public Advocate Jumaane Williams in partnership with organizations SAFEST, Project New Yorker and the Bangladesh Society, the event was aimed at providing a Queens community with appropriate legal resources.
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What’s Next for Immigrant New Yorkers After Court Blocks “Public Charge”

After several courts across the country granted preliminary injunctions last week, blocking the public charge rule from taking effect, THE CITY takes a look at what follows for immigrant communities.
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Ground Breaking National Injunction Blocks Trump’s “Public Charge” Immigration Rule

Today’s order issuing a preliminary injunction—the first to be granted nationwide on this issue—blocks the regulation and related application forms from taking effect until a final decision is reached in the litigation.
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LAS, Immigrant Rights Groups in Court to Halt Public Charge Rule

Attorneys from The Legal Aid Society, the Center for Constitutional Rights, and Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP argued that this dramatic change should be halted until the lawfulness of the proposed rule is determined. 
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LAS Files Lawsuit Challenging Trump Administration’s Public Charge Rule

The community organizations bringing the suit include: Make the Road New York, African Services Committee, Asian American Federation, Catholic Charities of New York, and Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.
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