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Trump Imposes Travel Ban 3.0

September 26, 2017

Trump figured out that the courts won’t go along with what looks like a blanket ban on Muslims, so he decided to include some non-Muslim countries, says Black Agenda Report’s Glen Ford

Trump’s ‘Nightmare’ Muslim Ban Resumes

June 29, 2017

After the Supreme Court partially approved Trump’s travel ban, travelers from six mostly Muslim countries who can’t prove “bona fide relationships” in the U.S. will be barred–but there will confusion about who makes those decisions, says Shayan Modarres of the National Iranian American Council

District Courts Continue to Challenge Trump’s Travel Bans

April 27, 2017

Bill Black, former financial regulator says banning Muslims is unconstitutional, we can not discriminate based on religion in this country

Judge Blocks Muslim Ban 2.0

March 15, 2017

The ruling is a major setback for the Islamophobic agenda of President Donald Trump, says Center for Constitutional Rights fellow Noor Zafar

ACLU: Travel Ban 2.0 Still Targets Muslims, Remains Unconstitutional

March 1, 2017

Trump’s revised travel ban is still discriminatory, won’t stop terrorism, and must be resisted, says Lee Gelernt of the ACLU and Noor Mir of the DC Justice for Muslims Coalition

Rebuking Trump, U.S. Appeals Court Upholds Suspension of Muslim Travel Ban

February 9, 2017

Center for Constitutional Rights Executive Director Vince Warren says the court rejected arguments Trump’s actions are beyond judicial review