President Trump plans to issue a new executive order on immigration next week that will be “tailored” to address the objections of a federal appeals court.
But the legal battle over the controversial policy is far from over.
Any new travel ban is sure to spark a fresh set of lawsuits around the country, and it remains to be seen whether rescinding the old order will be enough to end the current legal challenges — and nationwide restraining order — against it
|Sen. John Thune (R-SD)|
Legal experts say that depends on the courts and the exact wording of the new order, which is being crafted with the help of Justice Department lawyers and two of Trump’s Cabinet members.
“I’m told now they have something drafted,” Sen. John Thune (S.D.), the Senate’s No. 3 Republican, told reporters on Friday. “I’ve not seen what they’ve done, but I hope they’ve run all the traps on it.” ...Read the rest of the story HERE.
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