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Motion To Block Trump's Border Wall Funding Filed By 20 States

WorldNews Friday, 5 April 2019
Motion To Block Trump's Border Wall Funding Filed By 20 StatesTwenty U.S. states have filed a motion to block President Donald Trump’s method of funding a border wall by diverting federal funds through a national emergency declaration, New York State Attorney General Letitia James said Friday, Reuters reports.“This wall is unnecessary, and an abuse of power that will take away resources that could be used to help Americans across our nation.” – Letitia James via Twitter. The states filed a lawsuit in February after Trump declared a national emergency to help build a border wall that was a signature of his 2016 campaign for president. The motion for a preliminary injunction to block Trump’s effort that was filed late Thursday formalized that request....
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News video: Pelosi Says Congress Will Sue To Block Trump's Border Wall Funding

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the U.S. House of Representatives intends to file a lawsuit to block President Donald Trump’s transfer of money to pay for a wall along the border with Mexico. Trump used an emergency declaration to secure the money which Congress has refused to give him for the...

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