Enforcement of parts of President Trump's immigration action are being suspended by a federal judge in Michigan.
U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts suspended the president’s 90-day restriction on travel by people from seven Muslim-majority countries if they are lawful, permanent residents of the United States.
The order is part of a lawsuit filed by the Arab American Civil Rights League and others in Michigan. The suit names President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, and Customs and Border Protect acting commissioner Kevin McAleenan.
Judges in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, and Virginia have also ruled against Trump's order which was issued Jan. 27.
Federal agents at airports immediately began detaining citizens from the seven countries, including those with U.S. passports.