Appeals Court Rules Against Travel Ban

Headline Roundup December 23rd, 2017

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that President Trump's latest travel ban violates federal law by engaging in "nationality discrimination". The ruling will not go into effect until the Supreme Court hears the case.

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The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that part of President Trump's third attempt at a travel ban should be blocked.

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A federal appeals court decided unanimously Friday that President Trump’s latest travel ban violates the law, but the ruling will not take effect until the Supreme Court reviews a likely appeal.

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A federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled Friday night that the latest iteration of President Trump's travel ban violates federal law, and its issuance by the president via executive order exceeds executive branch authority as delegated by the Constitution.

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