WaEx: The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday released an order indicating it will likely hear arguments in May about a Hawaii judge’s order to block President Trump’s revised travel ban.
The Justice Department responded to the initial restraining order with a request to stay the injunction on a temporary basis, according to a report published Monday evening in Politico. The federal government’s request will be considered by the three-judge panel at the same time as the Hawaii order.
The case is the second of its kind scheduled to go before a higher court in coming weeks. In Hawaii’s case, the judge ruled in favor of the state prosecution’s move to block the order’s 120-day suspension of refugee admissions and studies on visitors to the U.S. more