USA Today: What Supreme Court ruling on travel ban means for other countries

IRLI In The News

June 26, 2018

By Alan Gomez

The Supreme Court’s ruling Tuesday upholding President Trump’s travel ban targeting predominantly Muslim countries could lead to more bans targeting more people from far more countries, legal experts say.

Those who support and oppose Trump’s ban said the ruling opens the door for the president to fully flex his executive authority to restrict legal immigration from additional countries as long as he provides a rational reason to do so, such as national security or public safety. Read the full story in USA Today.

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