11 States File Motion To Intervene In Immigrant Public Charge Rule

Eleven States Have Filed A Motion To Intervene In A Ninth Circuit Court Of Appeals Case Over Challenges To A 2018 Public Charge Rule Change That Required Immigrants Coming To The U.S. To Prove They Could Financially Support Themselves.

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Arizona Defends Election Integrity Laws Before SCOTUS

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Made The State’s Case Tuesday For Maintaining A Couple Of Election Integrity Issues That, If Deemed Illegal, Could Change Election Laws Across The Country.

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SCOTUS To Hear Pair Of Arizona Elections Cases Today

The Nation’s High Court Is Set To Hear Oral Arguments Over Two Voting Issues That Originated In Arizona But Could Spur Significant Changes Nationwide. The Court Specifically Will Answer The Question About Whether The Ballot-harvesting Ban Was Discriminatory Against Minorities Who Are Protected Under The Voting Rights Act.

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