DHS Takes Public Charge Fight Back To High Court

Law360 (October 13, 2020, 10:45 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security brought its public charge rule back to the U.S. Supreme Court, this time seeking review of an order that briefly shielded immigrants in New York, Connecticut and Vermont from the wealth test.

The department asked the high court to hear its appeal of a unanimous Second Circuit panel decision from August, even though two of those three panel members reversed that decision a month later when they overturned a separate injunction that had prevented the policy from being implemented across the U.S. due to the pandemic.

The Trump administration told justices in its Oct. 7...

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