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3/15: Federal judge blocks new Trump travel ban
Released 31 March 2017  By Laura Jarrett - CNN

Federal judge blocks new Trump travel ban

Federal judge in Hawaii blocks Trump's new travel ban just hours before it was set to go into effect

Laura Jarrett - CNN

March 15, 2017

(CNN)A federal judge in Hawaii has blocked President Donald Trump's new
travel ban on Wednesday afternoon, hours before the ban was set to go into
effect.

This ruling means that travelers from six Muslim-majority countries and
refugees will be able to travel to the US.

The Trump administration took over a month to rewrite the travel ban order
after multiple federal courts blocked its implementation last month.

Unlike the previous executive order, the new one removed Iraq from the
list of banned countries, exempted those with green cards and visas, and
removed a provision arguably prioritizes certain religious minorities.

Despite this changes, US District Court Judge Derrick Watson concluded
that the new executive order still failed to pass legal muster.


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