The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on President Trump’s travel ban on Oct. 10 and Oct. 11.
The court announced Wednesday Trump v. International Refugee Assistance Projectand Trump v. Hawaii will be on the docket in mid-October. The arguments will come about three-and-a-half months after the court ordered the ban could go into effect while the case was pending.
The question of whether the high court will ever actually hear the arguments has remained a matter of debate among legal scholars. The question arises because ofspeculation that the case could become moot by October due to the timeframe set by the second order aimed at implementing the travel ban.
The Supreme Court’s decision to schedule the case on Wednesday and reject the government’s request to clarify the scope of its previous order may indicate its intent to provide a ruling on the merits of the case.
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