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Why the Supreme Court Denied Trump’s DACA Request

The Supreme Court will not be involved in the DACA litigation — for now. This week, the Supreme Court denied the Trump administration’s request for it to review an earlier California federal district court decision which temporarily put the administration’s decision to terminate DACA on hold. To get relief, the Trump administration must now appeal

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Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Legal Challenges to Third Travel Ban

In Trump v. Hawaii, the Ninth Circuit temporarily struck down President Trump’s third travel ban. Because of a Supreme Court order issued in December 2017, however, the third travel ban is currently in effect, regardless of the Ninth Circuit ruling. Now, the Supreme Court has agreed to review the Ninth Circuit decision — and an

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Ninth Circuit Temporarily Strikes Down Third Travel Ban

When, last month, the Ninth Circuit issued an opinion temporarily striking down President Trump’s third travel ban, the move was met with little fanfare. There are two likely reasons. First, the decision came down right before Christmas (December 22). And in early December, the Supreme Court allowed the third travel ban to go into effect until

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Supreme Court Postpones Plan to Hear Travel Ban Arguments

Over the weekend, the Supreme Court announced that they will no longer hear oral arguments in the case of President Trump’s travel ban — for now. Previously scheduled for October 10, the arguments would have represented a major flashpoint in the public dispute over the constitutionality of the president’s immigration order. Instead, the Court has asked

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