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Trump’s Travel Ban, With Limitations, Will Be Implemented Tonight

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to review President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban, and although oral arguments will be held in October, the justices ruled that Trump has the authority to implement his policy — with some limitations — in the meantime. The measure will take effect today at 8 P.M. Eastern time. Trump administration officials have sought to suspend admission of all refugees to the U.
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