March 2, 2018
By Kevin Penton
States such as Texas and Florida and organizations such as Citizens United and the Immigration Reform Law Institute recently signed onto briefs urging the U.S. Supreme Court to determine that President Donald Trump adhered to federal immigration law and the U.S. Constitution in banning travel to the U.S. by certain nationals of several predominantly Muslim countries.
A claim by the state of Hawaii and other challengers to the travel ban saying that the Trump administration’s proclamation violates the Constitution’s establishment clause is “bogus” as the claim … Read the full story in Law360.
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