Appeals court allows partial enforcement of Trump travel ban - News Summed Up

Appeals court allows partial enforcement of Trump travel ban


The developments came as lawyers on both sides of the issue are preparing for yet another round of appeals court arguments next month. The travel ban also applies to travelers from North Korea and to some Venezuelan government officials and their families, but the lawsuits did not challenge those restrictions. But the 9th Circuit rejected the government’s request to let the latest travel ban take effect as written pending the outcome of the Hawaii case. Trump’s second travel ban, like the first one, was a temporary measure, and when it expired, he replaced it with the third — a version designed to be permanent. “The Memorandum thus implements the Trump Administration’s oft-repeated desire to ban Muslim refugees while prioritizing the resettlement of Christian refugees.”


Source: Libya Today November 13, 2017 21:56 UTC


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