Federal US District Court judges in two states issued rulings March 15-16 temporarily halting implementation of the new travel ban to the US ordered by US President Donald Trump on March 6. The travel ban, a revised, narrower version of the previous executive order that was blocked in February by US federal courts, was to go into effect March 16. A federal judge in Hawaii issued the first nationwide order blocking the travel ban on March 15, just hours before the ban—which would ...

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