Hurry Up and Wait: DHS to Revise No-Match Rule
February 18, 2008
On Friday, November 23, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requested that a federal judge stay the litigation regarding its new Social Security “no match” rule. Rather than proceed with the litigation, DHS plans to revise the rule to address the court’s concerns about the rule’s legality. DHS intends to begin a new rulemaking process in December. (Read more…)
Will this political game of hot potato ever end?
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