The affair starts in October 2017, when the Municipal Council of the Northern League issues a resolution, in agreement with the Social Policy Department, amending the Regulations for access to social benefits in school canteens and for the use of the school bus. One year later, before the start of the school year, the parents of foreign children attending schools in the town realise that the amendments made to the Regulation contain discriminatory elements. The Regulation, as amended by the Ordinance, provides that, in order to obtain the benefits of the law and not to pay the full rate for canteen and transport to school, the families of foreign children must submit, in addition to the ISEE required for Italians citizens, also a certificate attesting the absence of real estate in the country of origin. In the absence of those documents, foreigners must pay the maximum fee. The resolution, once it became a national case, following protests by families and associations, produced two important results: first of all, a great mobilization in solidarity of families, which in a few days collected the necessary sums to cover the costs of the canteen and transport for the whole school year and for all the families who needed it; and secondly, an appeal (later won) filed at the Court of Milan by ASGI and NAGA. To know the details of the judicial process of the case, download the contribution below.