Supreme Court Votes 9-0 to Allow Part of Trump’s Travel Ban to Proceed

The Straight Scoop: The Supreme Court has reversed the decision of lower courts, and the 4th and 9th circuit of appeals, and has voted to allow portions of the President's Executive Order to proceed. The Executive Order called for suspending entry to nationals from residents of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days to allow for a review of the current vetting system. The order will take effect 72 hours after the ruling.

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