SCOTUS To Hear Public Charge Case, But Rule Could Be Axed First

By Maya Goldman / February 22, 2021 at 2:50 PM
The Supreme Court agreed Monday (Feb. 22) to hear oral arguments in a case challenging the Trump-era public charge rule, but stakeholders say it’s likely the Biden administration will rescind the Trump administration policy before arguments are heard. A date for the arguments has not been set, though SCOTUS Blog reports the case likely will be heard in the fall. The Trump administration’s public charge rule denies green cards to immigrants based on likely use of public benefits including Medicaid...

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