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Federal judges stopped a controversial immigration policy from taking effect this week. The public charge rule would make it more difficult for immigrants to get green cards if it looks as though they might need government benefits. Ruben Reyes, attorney and on the board of governors for the American Immigration Lawyers Association talks about the public charge rule.

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