4th Circ. Upholds Block Against Trump's Revised Travel Ban
By Allissa Wickham (May 25, 2017, 2:20 PM EDT) -- The Fourth Circuit on Thursday upheld a nationwide injunction on President Trump's revised travel ban, ruling the ban likely runs afoul of the Constitution, and that statements from the president and his advisers indicate the executive order's goal was to carry out a "Muslim ban."
Protesters gathered outside the federal courthouse in Richmond, Va., on May 8, where the Fourth Circuit affirmed a block on President Donald Trump's revised travel ban Thursday. (AP) In a 10-3 ruling, the Fourth Circuit affirmed a lower court's block against the travel ban section of the president's executive order, which sought to temporarily bar nationals of...
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