Court denies Justice request to immediately reinstate travel ban
A federal appeals court has denied the Justice Department's request for an immediate reinstatement of President Donald Trump's ban on certain travellers and all refugee
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco instead asked both the state of Washington and the Trump administration early Sunday to file more arguments by Monday afternoon.
The Trump administration appealed a federal judge's ruling that temporarily placed the ban on hold. The higher court's denial of an immediate stay means legal battles over the ban will continue into the coming week at least.
Acting Solicitor General Noel Francisco forcefully argued in the government's brief Saturday night that presidential authority is ``largely immune from judicial control'' when it comes to deciding who can enter or stay in the United States.
Larry, Tom McConnell, Betty Lou Souter, and the gang announce this year's totals and hand out a big thank you.
Larry talks with the St. Catharines Standard reporter who broke this story.