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U.S. Catholic Bishops Respond to Recent Supreme Court Decision on Public Charge

The U.S. Catholic bishops have issued a statement in response to the Jan. 27 Supreme Court decision allowing the Trump Administration to implement its expanded public charge rule, which allows the denial of legal status or changes in legal status for immigrants using public benefits such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicare, or Federal public housing assistance.
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Catholic Bishops Speak Out Against Racism and Hatred in Wake of El Paso Shooting

"Once again in our nation we see the face of evil," said Bishop Mark Seitz, who leads the Catholic Diocese of El Paso.
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Chair of USCCB Committee on Migration Calls for Reversal of the Expansion of Expedited Removal

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops calls for the reversal of significantly expanded the use of a controversial fast-track removal or “expedited removal” process for migrants suspected of being undocumented.