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A federal judge granted an injunction Tuesday that will continue to prevent the Trump administration from implementing a proclamation that would restrict the entry of immigrants on the basis of their ability to pay for health care.
BAL Analysis: The proclamation is not in effect at this time and, under Tuesday’s ruling, will not be enforced for the duration of the lawsuit challenging it. BAL will continue to follow the lawsuit and will provide updates on key developments.
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