14 states ask appeals court to restore travel ban
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN FRANCISCO — Apr 11, 2017, 5:07 PM ET
Texas, Florida and twelve different states are encouraging a San Francisco-based government appeal court to restore President Donald Trump’s changed travel ban.
In court archives submitted to the ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Monday, the states say the boycott falls inside the president’s power to square outsiders from the U.S. They likewise dismiss the contention that it targets Muslims.
The ninth Circuit is thinking about a decision by a government judge in Hawaii that obstructed the ban.
The greater part of the states behind Monday’s documenting made comparable contentions a month ago to an alternate interests court, which is thinking about a different travel boycott request. That interest looks to topple a decision by a government judge in Maryland that obstructed the boycott’s forbiddance on new visas for individuals from six transcendently Muslim nations.