Trump can block DOJ grants to sanctuary cities, court rules

A U.S. APPEALS COURT has ruled that the Trump administration can block states from receiving Justice Department grants if they fail to help with federal immigration enforcement. /AP FILE PHOTO/DAVID AKE
A U.S. APPEALS COURT has ruled that the Trump administration can block states from receiving Justice Department grants if they fail to help with federal immigration enforcement. /AP FILE PHOTO/DAVID AKE
NEW YORK – The Trump administration can block states from receiving Justice Department grants if they fail to help with federal immigration enforcement, a U.S. appeals court in Manhattan ruled, in a significant win that sets up a possible Supreme Court showdown. Six states including Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey sued in…

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