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  Posted on: Monday, June 26, 2017
travel ban partly reinstated; fall court arguments set
Associated Press

         WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court is allowing President Donald Trump to forge ahead with a limited version of his ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries to the U.S. Trump hailed the decision as a "victory for national security," but it's likely to set off a new round of court disputes over anti-terror efforts and religious discrimination.


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Transportation:
6/26/17   travel ban partly reinstated; fall court arguments set
6/16/17   TSA testing fingerprint identification technology for more-efficient passenger travel
6/13/17   TSA installs state-of-the-art body scanners at six Minnesota airports
5/30/17   Statement by Press Secretary Dave Lapan on Aviation Security
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3/21/17   U.S.-bound flights from airports in 8 Muslim-majority countries to ban devices larger than cellphone on board
3/6/17   McSally introduces bill to require “stress test” exercise of government agencies against potential terrorist travel
3/6/17   Revised ban excludes Iraq, current visa holders; no priority to religious minorities
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2/6/17   Report on America’s Airports & the Threat From Within
1/4/17   Airports post REAL ID deadline warning signs
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12/11/16   Schumer: Check transit employees against terror watch lists
12/7/16   Another Near Record-Breaking Week of Handguns Found by TSA in Carry-on Bags
12/7/16   LA authorities boost security after threatened rail attack
12/7/16   LA authorities boost security after threatened rail attack
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