Jeff Sessions to challenge Hawaii judge’s decision that Donald Trump is enforcing the travel ban too narrowly after the Supreme Court decision

Jeff Sessions to challenge Hawaii judge’s decision that Donald Trump is enforcing the travel ban too narrowly after the Supreme Court decision

America’s Watchtower by Steve Dennis

On June 26th the Supreme Court decided to hear the challenge to Donald Trump’s travel ban during the next session and decided to let parts of the ban move forward while the case is pending.

A few days ago a Federal judge in Hawaii decided that the Trump administration misinterpreted the decision and was implementing the ban in too narrow a way so he decided to open it up a little bit. Here is more:

a federal judge’s decision to allow grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles and other relatives of people in the U.S. to circumvent the Trump administration’s travel ban policy.

The order, issued Thursday evening local time in Honolulu by Judge Derrick Watson in Hawaii, deals a temporary blow to one of the president’s signature initiatives. It also prohibits the administration from blocking refugees with a commitment from a resettlement agency in the U.S., a move that could revive the flow of refugee admissions this year.

  This certainly sounds like a Federal judge creating policy instead of interpreting law, in fact I would say this is a classic example[…]

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