4/25: The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday for Trump v. Hawaii, one of the biggest legal cases of the year.
4/25: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski explains why some of the justices seemed to agree with arguments in favor of President Trump's travel ban.
The Supreme Court on Monday removed the travel ban executive order case from its schedule for oral arguments.
The First Amendment “cannot be claimed by foreigners on foreign soil.”
It is unlikely that the Trump administration will petition the Supreme Court to review this particular decision, which concerned only the first policy, Executive Order 13769.
An explanation from five good federal judges.
Two federal judges, both nominated by President Barack Obama, have issued injunctions against President Donald Trump’s revised executive order temporarily restricting travel from six terrorist safe havens in the Middle East and Africa.
The purpose is not to discriminate against Islam, but to recognize the unique situation of non-Muslims in the Middle East.
A second federal judge on Friday blocked President Donald Trump’s new executive order (EO) on immigration travel, while the federal judge who blocked the first EO is reserving judgment on the revised EO.
Trump’s revised executive order is both legal and reasonable.