A Wisconsin federal judge has ordered a temporary suspension of the $ 4 billion in federal loan relief program, which aims to solve the old injustice to the farmers of color, and after a lawsuit by the white farmers, who argue that the policy discriminates against them.
Judge William Griesbach, in a decision that was printed on Tuesday, it was found that a white farmer, "who are the most likely to be successful, on the merits of their claim" that the use of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's "racial criteria in order to be able to manage an application, which constitutes a violation of their right to equal protection under the law."
He issued a temporary restraining order, which forbids the Earth to continue to pay off the loan.
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Department spokesman Matt Herrick, told NBC News :" We are not in a respectful way, in this report, the command, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture will continue to vigorously defend our ability to comply with this act by the Congress, and to give relief to impoverished borrowers. When the interim order was lifted, the U.S. Department of Agriculture are prepared to lend to the relief, which was passed by Congress."
The plaintiffs in this case, a 12-yard, nine states have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture, about $ 4 billion in loans for "socially disadvantaged" farmers and ranchers, in terms of saving the $ 1.9 trillion, which was signed by the President, Joe Biden, are on the March.
The department of Agriculture of the interpretation of the concept of a "socially disadvantaged farmer or rancher, as a concept people have one or more of the following options: black/African American, American, Indian, Native, Native, Hispanic/Latino, Asian, or Ocean Island resident," the judge said.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told the Washington Post that the app will be removed from the archaeological remains.
"For generations, a socially-disadvantaged farmers have been fighting for the success of systemic discrimination, and for a time of debt," Vilsack said.
The post, citing data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it must be noted that there are only 45,000 of the country's 3.4 million farmers are black, compared to 1 in a million of years ago.
The department officials said that about 17,000 of the colored farmers, for the moment, are eligible for this assistance.
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In his Griesbach's decision, whatever that was, until, at the bench by George W. Bush, said that the USDA is using the wrong benchmarks.