Muslim Ban

Lawless: Trump Becoming 'Enemy of Law, Constitution' With Judiciary Attacks 2

Lawless: Trump Becoming ‘Enemy of Law, Constitution’ With Judiciary Attacks

Donald Trump’s attack on the judiciary following the setback of his Muslim ban in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is unprecedented for a president and risks making him “an enemy of the law and the Constitution,” according to two noted legal scholars. Martha Minow, dean and professor of law at Harvard Law School and Robert Post, dean and professor of law at Yale Law School, raised red flags over Trump’s actions in a scathing article published by The Boston Globe.... Read More...
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New York Joins Law Suit Against Trump’s Order Banning Muslims From U.S.

New York is the latest state to join a federal lawsuit seeking to declare President Trump’s Muslim ban unconstitutional. The measure is detrimental to “the economic welfare, health, and well-being of its citizenry; and the interests of New York’s employers, hospitals, and educational institutions,” according to the suit. Trump caused chaos across the country with the order, not only because of its sweeping ban against citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, but also because of the way it was implemented.... Read More...