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House Democrats Plan To Introduce Resolution To Stop Trump's National Emergency

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House Democrats Plan To Introduce Resolution To Stop Trump's National Emergency

House Democrats Plan To Introduce Resolution To Stop Trump's National Emergency

According to a report by Reuters, Democrats in the US House Of Representatives plan to introduce a resolution on Friday to end President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration on border security.

92 lawmakers have reportedly joined Representative Joaquin Castro in supporting the legislation, which under House rules could potentially advance within weeks to a debate by the full chamber.

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