Supreme Court postpones hearing on Trump’s travel ban

Source: The Washington Post

 September 25
The Supreme Court has postponed for now a hearing on President Trump’s power to ban immigrants from certain countries while it considers whether a new order issued Sunday night makes the case moot.

In an order issued Monday, the justices asked for new briefs about whether the third rendition of the travel ban means there is nothing left for the court to decide.

The briefs are due Oct. 5 and the court said for now it is removing from its oral argument calendar a hearing scheduled for Oct. 10.

The Trump administration announced new restrictions on visitors from eight countries — an expansion of an existing travel ban that has spurred fierce legal debates over security, immigration and discrimination.

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