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Trump Travel Ban Violates Supreme Court Instructions, Says Hawaii Challenge

By Kartikay Mehrotra, Bloomberg

Bloomberg

The Trump travel ban went into effect June 29, 2017 in the run-up to the July 4 holiday weekend in the U.S. Bloomberg

Skift Take: It’s clear the Trump administration wants to ban as many people from Muslim-majority countries as possible so it took the Supreme Court’s instructions and twisted them, where possible.

— Dennis Schaal

Hawaii asked a court to clarify the scope of President Donald Trump’s travel ban, saying the government’s latest restrictions go further than the U.S. Supreme Court allowed.

The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Trump to implement his legally-fraught ban on travel from six Muslim-majority nations, but …read more

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