California files legal challenge to Trump administration’s revised travel restrictions

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California joined five other states Thursday in filing a court action seeking to block the Trump administration’s new restrictions on travelers from a handful of countries, arguing it is unconstitutionally motivated by anti-Muslim animus. State Attorney General Xavier Becerra said the new restrictions, which take effect Oct. 18, contain the same flaws as…

One Response to California files legal challenge to Trump administration’s revised travel restrictions

  1. William Hicks October 13, 2017 at 1:16 pm

    OH YEAH!

    North Korea, Venezuela, Libya , Syria, Yemen, Chad and Somalia represent no threat to The United States.

    And Becerra wants to be Governor. With his kind of logic, California will not have to Calexit, it will be kicked out of the United States as beyond recovery.

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