Justice lawyers ask Supreme Court for 'immediate intervention' on immigration ban
Saturday, 15 July 2017 (2 weeks ago)
The Trump administration tells the Supreme Court that a lower court ruling earlier this week altering an executive order on immigration would bring thousands more refugees into the county and requires the justices’ “immediate intervention,” according to filing documents obtained early Saturday by Fox News.
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