A battle has begun in the federal courts over the proper scope of President Trump’s travel ban that has been permitted by the Supreme Court.
Shortly before fireworks began on the Fourth of July, the Trump administration went to federal district court to argue against Hawaii’s request to clarify the scope of the Supreme Court’s lifting of the blockade of the ban.
Trump’s ban, implemented by a revised executive order, sought to prevent nationals from six Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen — from entering the U.S. for 90 days and refugees from all countries for 120 days.
In agreeing to hear the travel ban litigation in its October term, the Supreme Court pulled back portions of the blockades of Trump’s ban implemented by the 4th and 9th Circuit Courts of Appeals. Specifically, the high court lifted the blockades of the ban to allow foreign nationals who have a “bona fide relationship” with people in the U.S.
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