The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Monday refused to revisit a panel decision allowing the Trump administration to withhold millions of dollars in law-enforcement grants from New York City and several states over their sanctuary policies on immigration.

The decision, by a majority of the court’s 13 commissioned judges, was a win for the Trump administration’s tough stance against sanctuary policies at the state and local level.

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