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12 October 2017, 01:04 | Clyde Nash
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The court had originally planned to hear two cases challenging the order on October 10, but cancelled arguments after Trump issued new, targeted restrictions on travel from eight countries - Chad, North Korea, Venezuela, Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Somalia.
The Supreme Court's action Tuesday night removed from its docket a case from Maryland in which refugee resettlement groups and several individuals argued that Trump's order in March exceeded his legal authority and was prompted by unconstitutional bias against Muslims.
The court's action suggests it also will dismiss the second case and step away from the controversy, at least for now.
After Trump replaced his order previously, the court delayed the case which was due this Tuesday. That presumably is because that ruling also encrusts an interim ban on refugees that lapses this month.
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The Supreme Court handed down a brief order Monday evening disposing of one of two cases challenging Donald Trump's Muslim ban.
The proclamation blocks people from Chad, Libya and Yemen from coming to the United States as immigrants or on business or tourist visas, and it blocks people from Somalia from coming as immigrants.
Hawaii, which brought the 9th Circuit challenge, warned the justices that elements of the earlier ban still could be revived, since Trump has said he wants a "much tougher version".
U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson intends to rule after the U.S. government files a reply. "And the government urged the court to vacate the lower courts' decisions, so that they would not carry any legal weight in the future, describing such a step as essential to avoid "'legal consequences' in future cases, on critical issues including justiciability and the President's authority to protect national security". Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented from the decision to vacate; she would have left in place the appellate precedent. But unlike the previous ban, the restrictions vary from place to place, and countries that increase their cooperation and information-sharing with the United States might be able to find their way off the list. There are already lawsuits in both circuits against the new executive order, but the fight is largely over, and Trump has won.
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