February 22, 2018
By Laura D. Francis
Ending temporary protected status for nationals of Haiti and El Salvador was racially discriminatory, two more organizations claim.
A lawsuit filed Feb. 22 is the second to accuse the Trump administration of race bias when it announced an end to TPS for nationals of the two countries, who have been living and working in the U.S. for years. A January lawsuit from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People also accuses the administration of discrimination in the decision to end TPS for Haiti. … Read the full story in Bloomberg Law.
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