he Supreme Court agreed to take up a case brought by various groups and state officials challenging a Trump-era rule that makes it more difficult for immigrants to obtain legal status if they use public benefits, like Medicaid, food stamps, and housing vouchers. The case challenges the public charge rule which was issued in August 2019 and is still in effect across most states. Advocates and several states that oppose the rule say the changes would penalize immigrants who rely on temporary assistance from the government and impose costs on the states.

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Supreme Court agrees to hear challenge to Trump admin’s public charge rule.