Eve Levin // 10/31/17 //
DOJ filed a formal notice of appeal to a federal judge’s decision blocking the Administration’s latest travel ban (WaPo).
The Justices should consider Muslims’ safety, dignity, and equality when the new ban inevitably reaches the Court, argues Ryan J. Suto at ACSBlog.
Rational basis, not strict scrutiny, is the proper standard for reviewing Travel Ban cases, writes Josh Blackman at Lawfare.
National security and immigration policies should not get a blanket exemption from judicial review applied to similar policies in other fields, contends Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy.
The new restrictions on certain groups of refugees will all but stop the resettlement process, writes Betsy Fisher (ACLU).