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Just In. US Supreme Court approves part of Trump’s Travel Plan
President Trump signs new Travel Ban

Just In. US Supreme Court approves part of Trump’s Travel Plan

The US Supreme Court today approved some part of Presidential Donald Trump’s Travel Ban-and ruled that vetting procedures should go on and people from Libya, Sudan, Yemen, Syria and two other Muslim majority country without any ties from the US should be barred.

The US supreme court handed a partial victory to the Trump administration on Monday as it lifted significant elements of lower court orders blocking the president’s controversial ban which targets visa applicants from six Muslim-majority countries.

The nation’s highest court agreed to hear arguments on the legality of Trump’s controversial immigration order – which also temporarily suspends the US refugee resettlement program – in autumn this year, paving the way for parts of the order to go into effect over the summer.

Much of Trump’s executive order, a revised version of a first travel ban that was rolled out in January, had been stayed by federal courts in Maryland and Hawaii, meaning the ban had never taken effect. These rulings were later upheld by federal appeals courts.The matter will be heard in October.

 

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