Skip to comments.What does third Trump travel ban mean for Supreme Court case?
Posted on 09/26/2017 11:13:25 AM PDT by Jagermonster
PUTTING IT IN PERSPECTIVE After the Trump administration issued a third version of its executive order regarding immigration on Sunday, the Supreme Court justices asked the parties involved to file briefs by Oct. 5.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXASA few days ago, Oct. 10 had been circled on calendars around the country the day the Trump administration would make its first appearance before the US Supreme Court, to argue for the full enforcement of President Trumps controversial travel ban executive order.
Monday afternoon, in a one-paragraph order, the justices kicked that can down the road. One of the longest, most contentious, and confusing subplots of Donald Trumps presidency is now going to have to play a little or perhaps a lot longer.
With the Trump administration issuing a third version of the order Sunday, the argument that the case before the high court which concerns the second iteration of the order is now moot just became much stronger. If the justices decide that the case is moot, they would be able to resolve it without exploring the thorny statutory and constitutional questions it raises. Todays order from the justices asks the parties involved to file briefs by Oct. 5 explaining whether, and to what extent, the case is now moot, while also removing it from their October calendar.
Whatever happens 10 days from now, this issue is far from resolved. Here are some questions looking at how we got here, and where we could go next:
Q: What is the travel ban?
The ban at issue is the second version of an executive order regarding immigration. The first order, authored with limited input from [...]
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Questions discussed in full article:
Q: What is the travel ban?
Q: How did we get here?
Q: What questions are at issue?
Q: Will there be more litigation?
Q: How could courts view the new order?
It expanded the restrictions beyond purely Islamic lines.
It was a smart move. The argument that this was all related to Islamophobia is a lot harder to claim now.
You’re just afraid of Humblegunner. :-)
IIRC, the USSC agreed that security topped exclusions and Trump’s Order stood.
Unless SCOTUS fully backs Trump, Congress needs to slap the judiciary’s hand.
Congress gave the President full authority. The courts took it away. Congress needs to remove authority to review this from the courts, and reiterate that they meant what they said in the legislation the first time.
It was challenged again, and the SCOTUS blocked a 9th Circuit Court decision to prevent the ban. I believe that was only a temporary decision, until it can be revisited at a later time.
This isn’t over yet.
Regardless, the temporary order was a unanimous win and Trump's order was NOT stopped.
Agreed, but you’ll have to admit that it will be considered later. When oral arguments are made, the Islamic issue would have been a lot more viable, had he not expanded the nations being involved in vetting.
If it was the No. 1 issue, the USSC would have agreed with the 9th.
Sorry, but it will be argued again this fall.
At that time the Left can make any argument they want. It may not wind up as the first argument, but it definitely can be raised in conjunction with another issue.
“This argument addresses the same issue we raised earlier, and makes it much more clear why that argument was valid...”
Don’t get the idea that can’t be revisited.
Why would anyone be afraid of him?
Are President Trumps NFL comments just a distraction for the Democrats and fellow travelers while important action is being taken by the administration, such as the travel bans?
Just a joke. He’s the one that is shockingly fast to hit a thread from a blog post trying to shame the OP if they only excerpt “their” blog.
What was funny was that right after I posted, I did a search on HG to see what he was up to. The first post was him doing that. He must have some sort of active search set up and no job.
Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.
"The President has so determined and proclamated.
"Thank you Your Honors, for your time."
People who are a lot less vile than him have been permanently zotted.
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