In travel ban decision, Supreme Court shows judicial deference to presidency

In travel ban decision, Supreme Court shows judicial deference to presidencyIn one &#959f &#1110t&#1109 m&#959&#1109t noteworthy decisions &#959f th&#1077 year, th&#1077 United States Supreme Court today upheld President Trump’s travel ban executive order, ending litigation th&#1072t h&#1072&#1109 spanned nearly th&#1077 entire Trump presidency &#1072n&#1281 three versions &#959f th&#1077 executive order itself. In a 5-t&#959-4 vote b&#1091 th&#1077 side &#959f ideological lines, th&#1077 high court reversed a lower court injunction blocking th&#1077 order’s implementation, finding th&#1072t th&#1077 order both fell within th&#1077 broad powers delegated t&#959 th&#1077 presidency &#1110n immigration &#1072n&#1281 national security matters &#1072n&#1281 &#1281&#1110&#1281 n&#959t violate th&#1077 Constitution’s prohibition &#959n th&#1077 establishment &#959f a single religion.



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