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Immigration order blocked nationwide, Homeland Security halts enforcement

 

Another judge is ruling against President Trump's immigration order.

 

U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle has ruled that a number of states, including Michigan, had standing to challenge Trump’s order and said they showed their case was likely to succeed.

 

Washington's Attorney General Bob Ferguson says the temporary restraining order applies nationwide.

 

A number of Washington-based businesses including Amazon, Expedia, and Microsoft are supporting the state’s efforts to stop the order saying it’s hurting their operations.

 

Meanwhile, the Department of Homeland Security is suspending enforcement of the immigration order.

 

The agency says it will revert to its standard inspections of travelers prior to the signing of the travel ban.

 

And, the State Department says it is reversing the cancellation of visas that were revoked under the executive order providing the visas were not stamped or marked as cancelled.

 

 

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