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Supreme Court allows Trump travel ban enforcement, but says it must allow broader exemptions for relatives

The Supreme Court on Wednesday once again compromised on President Trump’s travel ban, saying the government may enforce tightened restrictions on refugees for now but also must allow into the country more travelers from six mostly Muslim countries who have family members already here. Read more >

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Why Trump's travel ban hits women the hardest

Trump’s “Muslim ban” is a frontal assault on many universal human rights principles. Read more >

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Trump Administration Appeals Latest Travel Ban Ruling to the Supreme Court

The Trump administration is seeking to close a legal window opened for tens of thousands of refugees to enter the United States, appealing a federal judge's order directly to the Supreme Court. Read more >

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Trump crafting plan to slash legal immigration

Donald Trump and his aides are quietly working with two conservative senators to dramatically scale back legal immigration — a move that would mark a fulfillment of one of the president's biggest campaign promises. Read more >

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After Meeting With DHS Secretary, Rep. Gutiérrez Tells DACA and TPS Recipients to ‘Prepare for the Worst’

The following is a Wednesday afternoon release from the office of Rep. Read more >

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Kelly won't commit to defending DACA in court

An Obama-era deportation relief program may soon face a legal challenge — and the Trump administration won’t commit to defending it, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told Hispanic lawmakers at a closed-door meeting Wednesday on Capitol Hill. Read more >

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