In this Politico article, the author addresses several fresh legal challenges to the Travel Ban 3.0, also know as the “Muslim Ban.”  While the Supreme Court has already signed off on the executive order implementing the Travel Ban, the Supreme Court justices finding it legal seemed to do so because there was a meaningful waiver process available.

However, in light of the recent statistics on the waiver program, which show that the waiver program is nothing more than a farce, new plaintiffs have come forward arguing that the Travel Ban is illegal.  While these suits are still in the early stages, they should certainly be monitored.

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