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Doe v. Trump
"This is a class action based upon Defendants’ unconstitutional deprivation of the rights, privileges, benefits and/or protections, provided to United States Citizens, via the enactment and subsequent enforcement of the S. 3548-Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (hereinafter “CARES Act”), both enactment and enforcement of which evidence the discriminatory purpose and intent of said Act. ... Any family that files a joint tax return where one of the spouses has a Social Security number and one has an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, which the Internal Revenue Service issues to workers who lack Social Security numbers, cannot receive a Stimulus Check — unless one spouse is a member of the U.S. Armed Forces. ... Plaintiff is a U.S. citizen who earns less than $75,000.00 in adjusted gross income, whose children are also U.S. citizens, and is excluded from the government’s $2 trillion coronavirus financial relief package because he files his taxes jointly with his spouse, an immigrant who does not have a Social Security number."