Scholars Tell Justices Citizenship Law Biased Against Men

By Suevon Lee (October 4, 2016, 8:36 PM EDT) -- A group of population and family scholars urged the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to recognize the sex stereotyping in a challenged U.S. immigration law that makes it tougher for men than women to pass their U.S. citizenship on to their children....

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