By now, most of the news cycle has been devoted to the fact that the Trump administration is going to sue California for $100 million.
But there’s another state that has already sued the president.
The state of Maine is challenging his signature immigration law.
And the stakes are higher in the Pacific Northwest.
In Washington, the state of Washington has filed a lawsuit that challenges Trump’s immigration policies.
In Oregon, the states of Washington and Oregon have sued the administration in federal court.
And in Oregon, Oregon is challenging Trump’s signature immigration policy.
Oregon’s lawsuit is part of a larger fight that the state is facing over its own state-level immigration law, which President Trump signed in March.
In the meantime, a series of lawsuits from across the country have been filed.
In Oregon, Gov.
Kate Brown is challenging the law as it relates to the deportation of illegal immigrants who are in the country illegally.
The governor has said that the immigration policies are hurting Oregon’s economy.
But the Oregonians lawsuit also raises the question of whether Trump’s policies are in fact hurting Oregon.
In a statement, Brown said:Oregon is one of the fastest-growing economies in the nation.
And we have the resources to ensure that Oregonians can thrive in this new economy.
But the Trump Administration’s policies have made our communities less safe, and our state’s economic outlook has suffered.
Oregon has also sued the Trump agency for not providing information about how many illegal immigrants are already in the state and how many are going to come.
The Trump administration has not said if the Oregoners estimate is accurate.
The state of Oregon has also filed a similar lawsuit in the Supreme Court challenging the president’s executive order on immigration.