The judge in San Francisco blocking the government from implementing the social security no match rule for an additional ten days. The ACLU reports. An interesting fact from their press release:

"We are pleased that the judge saw the need to continue to block this rule that
would lead to increased exploitation of workers," said John Sweeney, President
of the AFL-CIO. "More than 70% of SSA discrepancies refer to U.S. citizens but
the DHS regulation would encourage employers to fire any worker based on these
erroneous discrepancies, especially if she has an accent or is perceived to be
foreign born."