For The Second Time In Two Weeks, Judges Question Trump’s Travel Ban
The Ninth Circuit will decide whether to uphold an injunction blocking enforcement of Trump's executive order that would temporarily halt immigration from six majority-Muslim countries. Another federal appeals court heard arguments in a similar case a week ago.
Trump's Travel Ban Is On Hold, But Court Challenges Press On
A Justice Department lawyer told a judge on Friday that the administration hadn't decided what it's next move would be after a federal appeals court upheld a decision blocking the travel ban. In the meantime, challenges in other courts are going forward.
Courts Have Pushed Back During The War On Terror When The Executive Branch Asked Them To Butt Out
The Justice Department is arguing that a Seattle federal judge was wrong to “second-guess” Trump’s travel ban, given the national security concerns at play. Courts pushed back against similar arguments in post-9/11 cases.