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JUDGE HINTS HE'S LEANING AGAINST GOVERNMENT IN NO MATCH CASE

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The New York Time is reporting that Judge Charles Breyer made remarks yesterday suggesting he is planning on ruling against the government in the challenge to the new social security no match rule. The case centers around whether the government improperly issued the regulation without properly disclosing the burdens on employers. The plaintiffs also are focused on the high number of false positives improperly identifying US citizens and permanent residents. Opponents of the regulations argue that the Social Security Administration is not equipped to handle the surge in requests to clear up errors and innocent Americans could lose their job as a result.

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  1. USC's Avatar
    My guess is Breyer will grant the preliminary injunction. The govie will also not get any sympathy from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. While there are only two good Justices (Stevens and Souter) on the SCOTUS, if the govie has the gumption to go there my prediction is that they will also lose there.

    Looks like the govie is not doing too well on either of their two signature measures, the REAL ID act (Thank you New York) and the BASIC pilot. One more strike and they will be out!
  2. Another voice's Avatar
    I think this Judge can see all the potetial disaster that this government rule can bring to many people. Although in the end it may be the pain needed for real Immigration reform in this country.
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