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Judge denies request to limit order halting Donald Trump's travel ban
- The federal judge in Hawaii who halted President Trump's new, revised travel ban denied the administration's request for him to limit the scope of his ruling Sunday so that the United States can immediately stop taking in refugees worldwide.
U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson on Thursday issued a temporary restraining order on Trump's order that prevents travelers from six mostly-Muslim countries entering the U.S. and suspends the United States' worldwide refugee program.
They questioned whether his ruling was limited to the part of Trump's March 6 executive order that temporarily bans visas to travel from the six countries into the U.S., and not to the temporary refugee ban.
Watson responded Sunday by saying there was nothing unclear about the scope of his order and that the ruling remains unchanged.(Excerpt) Read more at: foxnews.com ...
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