Trump’s 11-Nation Refugee Ban Partially Blocked by Court

Dec. 26, 2017, 5:12 PM

President Donald Trump’s 11-nation refugee ban was partially blocked by a judge who found that it violated federal rule-making requirements.

U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle, who issued one of the earliest orders halting the president’s January travel ban, said in a ruling Dec. 23 that the Trump administration can continue to deny entry to refugees who don’t have ties to relatives or institutions in the U.S.

A worldwide suspension of refugee admissions was included in earlier versions of the president’s executive orders that were blocked by judges until the Supreme Court ruled in June that the restrictions could ...

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