Soldiers Say Citizenship Class Action Must Move Forward

By Kevin Penton (March 8, 2018, 9:43 PM EST) -- The Trump administration shouldn't get another chance at a quick win in a class action alleging the military improperly changed the requirements for soldiers' expedited naturalization applications, the soldiers told a D.C. federal court Wednesday.

Because the administration failed to introduce any significant arguments last month in its quest for the court to reconsider its January rejection of the government's summary judgment bid in the suit, the court should simply proceed with the case, the soldiers argued in a memorandum responding to the administration's reconsideration motion.

"Defendants only raise improper and rehashed arguments to express their disagreement with the court's reasoning...

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