New York could sue U.S. in travel, immigration disagreement: Cuomo


FILE PHOTO: New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo takes part in a regional cannabis and vaping summit in New York City, New York, U.S., October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Thursday his state will move ahead on suing the federal government if President Donald Trump rejects his proposal to resolve a dispute on a travel program and immigration when the two leaders meet at the White House later in the day.

“Then we have a lawsuit,” Cuomo told reporters when asked what would happen if Trump turns down his offer of providing information from the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles on residents joining so-called Trusted Traveler programs that help flight passengers speed through airport security lines and borders.

Reporting by Lisa Lambert, Editing by Franklin Paul

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