Appeals court set to hear arguments on Trump's revised travel ban

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May 8, 2017 13:08
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WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban on people entering the United States from six Muslim-majority countries faces its latest legal test on Monday before a federal appeals court in Virginia.

The Richmond-based 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear an hour of oral arguments in the Trump administration's appeal of a March 16 ruling by Maryland-based federal judge Theodore Chuang.His decision blocked part of a March 6 order that restricted entry for 90 days from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.



The March order was Trump's second effort to craft travel restrictions. The first, issued on Jan. 27, led to chaos and protests at airports before being blocked by courts. The second order was intended to overcome the legal problems posed by the original ban, but was also blocked by judges before it could go into effect on March 16.

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