A federal appeals court decision to move forward with the case about the Trump administration’s immigration ban could bring more uncertainty about who is being barred from the country, and who is not.
The Trump Administration on Monday moved to abandon the effort, begun by the Obama administration and civil rights advocates more than three years ago, to prove that the nation’s strictest voter ID law is unconstitutional.
The Associated Press says a revised immigration ban executive order will be released on Wednesday after President Donald Trump’s address to Congress on Tuesday night. Its contents will be closely watched for their constitutional implications.
In one executive order from January and in separate DHS guidelines published last week, the Trump administration is counting on local police officers to act as immigration agents. But will these efforts gain traction in a contentious environment?
On this day in 1951, the 22nd Amendment was ratified, limiting the number of terms served by the President. The move ended a controversy over Franklin Roosevelt’s four elected terms to the White House.