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Who exactly is banned by Supreme Court travel ruling?

Who exactly is banned by Supreme Court travel ruling?

That includes foreign nationals with familial connections in the USA , students who have already been admitted into an American university, and workers with existing job offers in the U.S. "We remain deeply troubled by the human consequences of the revised executive order on refugee admissions and the travel ban ", Bishop Joe S. Vasquez of Austin, Texas, said in March .



Supreme Court Reinstates Trump Travel Ban

So, why is it still needed? The first executive order was signed late January, banning citizens from Iraq , Syria , Iran , Libya , Somalia, Sudan and Yemen , and it has received criticism ever since. The ban could go into effect as soon as 72 hours from the time of the ruling. "For example, a non-profit group devoted to immigration issues may not contact foreign nationals from the designated countries, add them to client lists, and then secure their entry by claiming injury ...


This year, you can make a weekend of your Independence Day celebration

This year, you can make a weekend of your Independence Day celebration

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) 2015 Fireworks Annual Report , U.S. hospital emergency rooms treated an estimated 11,900 people for fireworks-related injuries; 51 percent of those injuries were to the extremities and 41 percent were to the head.


Fischer To California AG: Exempt Louisville From Travel Ban

Fischer To California AG: Exempt Louisville From Travel Ban

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has asked for his city to be exempted from California's recently announced ban on state-funded travel to Kentucky. The Attorney General has cited new legislation in Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota and Texas as the reason for their inclusion in the travel ban.


US Supreme Court will review Trump travel ban

US Supreme Court will review Trump travel ban

He had moved up a planned reunion of his former clerks, which took place this past weekend, and there was at least a hope from some on the right that President Trump's appointment of Kennedy's former clerk, Neil Gorsuch , to the high court would give Kennedy comfort about the type of judge Trump might nominate to take his own seat.



Colorado baker disputes anti-discrimination law

Now, the Supreme Court will have the chance to rule on this case, examining the gray area between laws banning businesses open to the public from discrimination based on sexual orientation and protecting claims of religious freedom. I chose not to make cakes for same-sex weddings, ' Phillips told the Christian Broadcast Network in 2014. As our Policy Report noted a year ago, Cato is the only organization in the country that has gone to court to defend both one's right to marry a person of ...