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12 Mar, 2020 07:46

SCOTUS: States can ‘have at it’ prosecuting undocumented immigrants

Wall Street stocks skyrocketed following Joe Biden’s sweeping Super Tuesday victories, as investors are giddy at the notion of an establishment Democrat continuing to protect their financial interests. Also, prescription drug prices have surged three times faster than the inflation rate over the past decade. Plus, Capitol Hill has introduced a bipartisan bill to hold online retailers accountable for selling counterfeit products. Then, VP of the American Immigration Lawyers Association Allen Orr explains how a US Supreme Court decision will give states greater authority in criminalizing improper work documentation filed by undocumented immigrants, going so far as to prosecute them for identity theft when seeking employment.

Finally, RT correspondent Brigida Santos spotlights how a loophole in President Trump’s USMCA trade deal still allows American oil and gas companies to exploit foreign markets with minimal scrutiny.

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