The Wall Street Journal: Trump’s travel ban on refugees reinstated by Supreme Court

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Tuesday again ordered a reinstatement of the Trump administration’s restrictions on refugee entry into the U.S., another shift in the seesaw legal battle over President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban.

The high court issued an emergency order that sided with the Trump administration, after a federal appeals court last week ruled that roughly 24,000 vetted refugees should be able to enter the U.S. while litigation over the travel ban continues. Those refugees will now be ineligible for entry.

The Supreme Court’s order came in a single paragraph, with no recorded dissents. It was the third time the justices have intervened since June to set interim rules on travel while the court more fully considers the legality of Trump’s March 6 executive order, which sought to suspend travel to the U.S.

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