Federal Judge in Boston lets suspension of travel ban lapse

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(BOSTON) FEB 3, 6:30pm – A FEDERAL JUDGE IN BOSTON SAYS HE’LL LIFT HIS STAY ON PRESIDENT TRUMP’S IMMIGRATION ORDER.
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LEFT UP IN THE AIR IS THE FATE OF ADDITIONAL CITIZENS ARRIVING IN BOSTON FRIDAY. THE JUDGE’S TEMPORARY ORDER WAS SET TO EXPIRE SUNDAY.

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(BOSTON) FEB 3, 1pm – A FEDERAL JUDGE IN BOSTON SAYING HE’LL SOON DECIDE WHETHER TO EXTEND A TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER BLOCKING PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BAN ON IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES.
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MEANWHILE IN ANOTHER FEDERAL CASE FRIDAY IN VIRGINIA CHALLENGING PRESIDENT TRUMP’S EXECUTIVE ORDER GOVERNMENT ATTORNEYS REVEALING 100,000 VISAS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.
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(BOSTON) FEB 3, 3am – OPPONENTS IN A MASSACHUSETTS FEDERAL COURT WILL TRY LATER THIS MORNING TO MAKE PERMANENT A ONE WEEK STAY ON PRESIDENT TRUMP’S REFUGEE BAN.
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