Appeals Court to President Trump: No Travel Ban

U.S. 9th Circuit continues hold on President's ban

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (WBRE/WYOU) -  The US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco upheld a lower court ruling that stopped implementation of president Donald Trump's immigration travel ban.
   The president signed the order two weeks ago, banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries for up to six months.
    Last Friday a federal judge, acting on a challenge by the states of Washington and Minnesota, ruled that order unconstitutional. After hearing arguments from both sides Monday, the appeals court determined the order is unconstitutional.
     The case is now expected to be taken to the US supreme court for it's consideration.
 

 


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