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Rhyme – What is it?

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Rhyme – How do you rhyme

Rhyme – How do you rhyme

Rhyme – How do you rhyme

[Chorus: M83]

Rhyme – What is it?

[Chorus: M83]

Rhyme – How do you rhyme

Rhyme – How do you rhyme

Rhyme – How do you rhyme

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Rhyme – What is it?
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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s supreme court on Wednesday overturned a controversial law that would have made it easier to detain and deport undocumented immigrants living in the United States illegally.

FILE PHOTO – Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam poses for a picture during a news conference announcing the first installment of a Supreme Court ruling on the proposal to create a new identity, including that of children, undocumented immigrants and their parents, at the Supreme Court in Mexico City, Mexico March 19, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido/File Photo

The ruling is expected to bolster a growing movement to pass legislation that would make it easier for the government to expel migrants on suspicion of being in the United States without authorization. Such legislation has been approved by parliament in both houses.

The ruling invalidates a 2013 law that created a new identity for the children of children born in the United States. It says the measure is based on the mistaken belief that people who have entered the country illegally without legal authorization are foreign and therefore not subject to deportation.

“The law is not intended by its backers to treat them as foreign and thus not entitled to protection… and their status as foreign cannot be determined as part of the national identification process,” the high court said in its ruling.

FILE PHOTO – Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam addresses the media during a news conference announcing the first installment of a Supreme Court ruling on the proposal to create a new identity, including that of children, undocumented immigrants and their parents, at the Supreme Court in Mexico City, Mexico March 19, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido/File Photo

The Supreme Court said earlier on Wednesday the law did not violate constitutional guarantees under Article 19 or the National

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