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Executive Power

Hawaii Files Emergency Motion to Clarify Scope of Preliminary Injunction in Travel Ban Case

The State of Hawaii has filed an emergency motion to clarify the scope of the preliminary injunction against the Trump administration's travel ban, which was stayed in part by the Supreme Court. At issue are the government's guidelines for implementing the components of the ban against which the injunction has been stayed, which Hawaii contends are inconsistent with the scope of the Court's ruling. The ban is set to go into effect at 8pm Eastern time tonight. 

The motion is available in full below.

Donald Trump

Will the Supreme Court Consider the Risk of Trump’s Post-Ruling Tweets?

Professor Blackman has argued that the Supreme Court will not treat President Trump’s tweets as legally relevant if the Justices abide by the precedents set in Kerry v. Din and Kliendienst v. Mandel. President Trump’s tweetstorm yesterday may make that a much bigger "if." 

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