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  • With new court filings, case over Trump's travel ban appears more likely to reach Supreme Court - Los Angeles Times

    With new court filings, case over Trump's travel ban appears more likely to reach Supreme Court - Los Angeles Times;

    For weeks, President Trump has bemoaned court decisions blocking two versions of his ban on travel from six majority-Muslim countries and all refugee resettlement, saying he wants to take his case to the highest court of the land. Soon, he might get ...and more »

  • Trump Just Can't Stop Suffering Huge, Humiliating Defeats Over His Muslim Ban - Fusion

    Trump Just Can't Stop Suffering Huge, Humiliating Defeats Over His Muslim Ban - Fusion;

    President Donald Trump has a new thorn in his side: the federal judge in Hawaii who just indefinitely extended a hold on the president's revamped Muslim travel ban. Advertisement. After hearing arguments in the case on Wednesday, U.S. District Court ...and more »

  • 16 US states, DC urge court to continue blocking Trump travel ban - Toronto Star

    16 US states, DC urge court to continue blocking Trump travel ban - Toronto Star;

    In a brief filed in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the states urged the judges to reject the administration's request to let the ban take effect while it considers its appeal. Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin speaks outside federal court in ...and more »

  • US seeks speedy appeal hearing in Hawaii travel ban case - WTOP

    HONOLULU (AP) — The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a motion asking the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to expedite its appeal in the travel ban case in Hawaii. In the legal filing Friday, the government challenged a ruling in Hawaii that put ...and more »

  • President Trump's travel ban won't go into effect without reaching the Supreme Court - GeekWire

    President Trump's travel ban won't go into effect without reaching the Supreme Court - GeekWire;

    President Donald Trump's controversial executive order temporarily barring immigrants from a handful of majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.S. may never see the light of day. A federal judge in Hawaii extended his temporary restraining order ...and more »

  • Trump Administration Appealing Halt Of Revised Travel Ban - 5newsonline.com

    Trump Administration Appealing Halt Of Revised Travel Ban - 5newsonline.com;

    (CNN) — The Justice Department has filed a notice to appeal a Hawaii-based federal judge's ruling that indefinitely halted core portions of the President Donald Trump's revised travel ban. Two weeks ago, US District Court Judge Derrick Watson blocked ...and more »

  • Trump Administration Appeals Hawaii Travel Ban Ruling - Asharq Al-awsat English

    Trump Administration Appeals Hawaii Travel Ban Ruling - Asharq Al-awsat English;

    President Donald Trump listens in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, March 29, 2017. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). The Donald Trump administration on Thursday appealed the ruling of a US federal judge in Hawaii who had a day ...and more »

  • Order blocking travel ban shows greatness of America (Editorial) - MassLive.com

    Order blocking travel ban shows greatness of America (Editorial) - MassLive.com;

    Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin speaks outside federal court in Honolulu, Wednesday, March 29, 2017. A federal judge in Hawaii questioned government attorneys Wednesday who urged him to narrow his order blocking President Donald Trump's ...and more »

  • Trump appeals Hawaii judge's block of immigration order - UPI.com

    Trump appeals Hawaii judge's block of immigration order - UPI.com;

    President Donald Trump, seen here answering reporters' questions during a photo opportunity with Prime Minister Of Denmark Lars Lokke Rasmussen in the Oval Office at the White House on Thursday, appealed a court order from a federal judge blocking ...and more »

  • Travel Ban Update: Court Grants Conversion of Temporary Restraining Order to Preliminary Injunction - YubaNet

    HONOLULU March 29, 2017 – Attorney General Doug Chin issued the following statement today in response to the ruling by federal judge Derrick K. Watson granting the state's motion to convert the temporary restraining order enjoining the President's ...and more »