Judge in Hawaii blocks latest version of Trump’s travel ban

A judge within Hawaii has blocked the latest edition of the Trump administration travel prohibit just hours before it was started take effect.

U. S. District Determine Derrick Watson on Tuesday given Hawaii’s request to temporarily prevent the federal government from enforcing the plan. It was supposed to take effect at nighttime EDT Wednesday.

The Trump administration’s newest restrictions, which affect citizens associated with Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen — and some Venezuelan government officials plus their families.

Hawaii argues the updated prohibit is a continuation of President Jesse Trump’s “promise to exclude Muslims from the United States. ”

Other courts are usually weighing challenges to the policy. Within Maryland, the American Civil Protections Union and other groups are seeking in order to block the visa and entrance restrictions in the president’s latest proclamation.