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Supreme Court, New York County, Khrapunskiy v. Doar

By Daphne Vlcek
Topics: Touro, law review, New York, county, Khrapunskiy, Doar, permanent, resident, legal, aliens, class, action, suit, denied, social, services, law, section 209, violated, article 17, equal, protection, clause, needy, aged, blind, disabled, recipients, federal, SSI, benefits, personal, responsibility, work, opportunity, reconciliation, act, PRWORA, eligibility, qualified, Welfare, reform, WRA, state, payments, resident, citizen, support, public, immigration, immigrant, affirmative, duty, Graham, Richardson, welfare, alien status, strict, scrutiny, alienage, inherently, suspect, minority, discrete, insular, discrimination, Nyquist, Mauclet, Aliessa, Novello, Medicaid, illnesses, legislation, funded, state, interest, eligibility, need, compelling, government, Daphne Vlcek, Constitutional Law, Immigration Law, Social Welfare Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Touro Law Center
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu:lawreview-1361
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