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New York sues Trump administration over 'punitive' ban from traveler programs

Reuters Monday, 10 February 2020
New York state sued President Donald Trump's administration on Monday to void a policy barring hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers from federal programs that help travelers speed through airport security lines and borders, calling the ban political punishment.
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