State of Hawaii asks judge to clarify Trump travel ban ruling

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June 30, 2017 02:23
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The state of Hawaii on Thursday asked a federal judge in Honolulu to clarify a US Supreme Court ruling this week which reinstated parts of President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.

In a court filing, the state of Hawaii said the US government intended to violate the Supreme Court's instructions by improperly excluding from the United States people who actually have a close family relationship to US persons.


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