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U.S. judge to consider bid to block Trump's emergency border wall funds

Reuters Friday, 17 May 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration to divert more than $6 billion to build a wall on the border with Mexico will face its first test in court on Friday, when states and advocacy groups are expected to ask a federal judge to block the funding.
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U.S. President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration to divert more than $6 billion to build a wall on the border with Mexico will face its first test in court on Friday. States and advocacy groups are expected to ask a federal judge to block the funding. At the center of Friday’s hearing...

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