After a U.S. lower court blocked the Trump administration from implementing a new immigration rule earlier this week, the administration has turned to the Supreme Court to try to reverse it. In a brief order, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan blocked the “public charge” rule that President Donald Trump’s administration intends to implement to sanction immigrants who receive government assistance, such as food stamps, housing subsidies or Medicaid. “Today is a…