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A Manhattan federal judge repeatedly pressed a Justice Department lawyer on the rationale behind the Trump administration’s proposed “public charge” rule, which is aimed at making it easier for the federal government to deny green cards to immigrants who may rely on public assistance based on their income.

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Tom McParland

Tom McParland of New York Law Journal can be contacted at tmcparland@alm.com. Follow him on Twitter @TMcParlandALM.

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