About a dozen deputies from the US Marshals Service have been sent to provide 24-hour protection for the federal judge who implemented an emergency stop to a new version of President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban, according to Hawaii News Now.
Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin said in court papers Saturday that the easy implementation of the laptop policy belies any claim that Trump's "hands are tied" by litigation seeking to overturn the travel ban on the grounds that it discriminates against Islam.
"As the Court correctly explains, the President's Executive Order falls well within his authority to safeguard the nation's security", she said. In his Friday opinion, Trenga called the first version of the travel ban "a facially discriminatory order coupled with contemporaneous statements suggesting discriminatory intent".
Trump's executive order, signed March 6, was scheduled to go into effect earlier this month.
It more strictly looked at how the travel ban is worded in light of presidential power over immigration and national security. Authorities have said the ban is based on a credible terror threat.
Vikings sign Datone Jones
With tight end Jared Cook nearly certain to leave, as well, that would increase the total to seven key players who have left this offseason.
Trump signs bill pushing for crewed NASA mission to Mars
I look forward to working with the new administration to implement these policies and to restore American leadership in space. The new law also authorizes $19.5 billion in space agency funding for the 2017 budget year, which began October 1.
The judge's decision, issued Friday in federal court in Alexandria, is even more sweeping in support of the administration.
But his 32-page decision goes far beyond that technical question, giving a major victory to the Trump administration and its authority to issue the order, which would temporarily ban immigration from six Muslim-majority countries and suspend the US refugee program. The ruling in Maryland is set to be heard before an appeals court in May. While the decision won't have any immediate effect, it is certain to be cited by administration lawyers as the cases move toward the U.S. Supreme Court. "Supreme Court weighing in on this matter, as those are the judicial bodies that will ultimately decide whether the Constitution protects the rights of Muslim Americans".
"The Department of Justice is pleased with the ruling", said Sarah Isgur Flores, a Justice Department spokesperson.
If the court does issue a preliminary injunction, the next step in permanently halting the order, the Justice Department has asked that it be limited to the 90-day travel ban affecting the six mostly Muslim countries.
Because we know there had to be one, a federal judge in Virginia ruled in favor of President Trump's revised travel ban, making the opposite decision of judges who have ruled before him and providing ammunition to Justice Department lawyers who are arguing in favor of the ban in several courts across the United States. And while the laptop ban, like the travel ban, can and does apply to people of other religious faiths, it seems clear that both will primarily adversely affect Muslims.
Even as he made the Keystone announcement, reporters in the Oval Office shouted questions about the collapse of his health bill. US regulators conducted their own, favourable reviews before politicians stepped in.
Georgetown just finished up a second straight losing season too, which did not help build a case for a return for Thompson III. Recruiting would obviously be a major question mark but Ewing has the playing and coaching pedigree to be a wild card in this.
Two hours prior to the resolution, ABC News PR announced the hacking and assured followers that the issue was being resolved. They were deleted within minutes, but not before a few ABC News affiliate journalists captured the tweets in screen grabs.
The club's sporting director, Robert Fernandez also hinted on a possible move by revealing that they have a buy-back clause. Barcelona , on the other hand, have a buy-back clause which would allow them to take the player back to the Nou Camp.
Belgacem later showed up at the bar and hijacked another vehicle at gunpoint before showing up at the airport, Molins said. His father has insisted this was not an act of terrorism, and the cause was down to the substances Begacem had consumed.
Jawdat added that his forces, advancing towards the mosque, killed tens of militants and destroyed 23 booby-trapped vehicles. The last week has seen the highest level of displacement yet, with 32,000 displaced between March 12 and 15.
NY manager Joe Girardi didn't put on a timetable on a return, saying only, "He's going to be sidelined for a bit". The New York Yankees received some bad news regarding their young shortstop Didi Gregorius.
The marketers cited concerns over the appearance of their ads alongside offensive videos as the reason behind the move. But if they publish an article or video that breaches those policies, it's not easy for Google to detect.
The former Kate Middleton and her husband sipped on beer in London after meeting with families of soldiers from the Irish Guards. As always, the Duchess looked elegant as she selected a mix of her favourite designers - from British and French to American.
Under such agreements, the government agrees to end bombardments and stop besieging towns in exchange for a rebel withdrawal. Rebel fighters have been granted safe passage to insurgent-held areas of northern Syria under such agreements.
Pope Francis: EU 'risks dying if it loses direction'
It was 60 years since the Treaty of Rome , which led to establishment of the European Economic Community and eventually the EU. Beyond the police barricades cordoning off the ancient city core to traffic, thousands marched in six different rallies.
Free agent Dont'a Hightower picks Patriots over Jets
Hightower figured to have premium value, but the market didn't quite turn out to be what he or his reps suspected, we believe. So by the time it was linebacker Dont'a Hightower's turn to negotiate, the Steelers were not in the mood for shenanigans.
Trump Jr. slams London mayor after attack
Except Mayor Khan was in fact discussing how the threat of violence is now an unfortunate reality big cities must be prepared for. A auto then plouged into a crowd of people on Westminster bridge, killing one woman and injuring at least 10.
Johnson faces a major group in Match Play
Jordan Spieth at least won't have to worry about playing a close friend like he did a year ago against Justin Thomas. Past year at Austin Country Club, he posted a 7-0 record, including a 5-and-4 rout of Oosthuizen in the final.
Modi unhappy over absence of MPs from Parliament
About 168 trainees of the Indian Revenue Service including two from the Bhutan Royal Service called on the Prime Minister. In his press briefing on the meeting, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ananth Kumar said Mr.