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Travel Ban Update: Without Addressing the Merits, the Supreme Court Stays Injunction Pending Further Proceedings
The Supreme Court’s order allows the latest iteration of the travel ban to go into effect, pending further proceedings. However, this latest stay signifies little or nothing regarding the court’s view of the merits in the challenges to EO-3.
The Supreme Court issued orders in Trump v. Hawaii and Trump v. IRAP, allowing the White House's revised travel ban to take effect while litigation proceeds in the Fourth and Ninth circuits. The full orders are below.
Trump v. Hawaii
On Tuesday, the White House released an executive order resuming the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program.
The Supreme Court vacated the Ninth Circuit's decision in Hawaii v. Trump and remanded it with orders to dismiss as moot.
Last week's temporary restraining order in Hawaii v. Trump is a thorough application of the Ninth Circuit's previous ruling in that case. But if the Supreme Court vacates the Ninth Circuit precedent, as many expect it to do shortly, the restraining order will be on weaker footing.
A summary of the October 17, 2017 Maryland District Court preliminary injunction of Trump’s latest travel ban, Presidential Proclamation 9645.
On October 17, Judge Derrick Watson of the federal district court in Hawaii issued a nationwide temporary restraining order (TRO) against the enforcement of sections of President Trump’s third executive order on immigration. This is our summary of that judicial order.
Judge Derrick Watson is right to issue a temporary restraining order in Hawaii v. Trump: The newest travel ban violates the Immigration and Nationality Act’s text, structure, and purpose.