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Trump Travel Ban Must Exempt Grandparents After Supreme Court Rebuff

  • Supreme Court gives Trump partial victory on refugee limits
  • Justices to hear arguments Oct. 10 on president’s travel ban
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Here's How to Comply With the Travel Ban

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The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a setback to President Donald Trump on his embattled travel ban Wednesday, forcing the administration to accept people with grandparents, cousins and other relatives in the U.S.

The three-sentence order by the justices -- who last month let the president start restricting entry by people from six mostly Muslim countries -- gave Trump a partial win on a separate issue. The court temporarily blocked a lower court ruling that would have opened the way for potentially thousands of refugees to enter the country in the coming months.