Supreme Court Cancels Hearing on Previous Trump Travel Ban

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The Supreme Court canceled a hearing set for Oct. 10 and asked lawyers in the travel ban case to submit briefs by Oct. 5 discussing the effect of President Trump’s new proclamation.

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Jared Soares for The New York Times

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday canceled arguments on President Trump’s travel ban that had been scheduled for Oct. 10.

The court asked lawyers in the case to submit briefs by Oct. 5 discussing the effect of Mr. Trump’s new proclamation, issued Sunday, replacing his revised travel ban, which had been issued in March.

The new order indefinitely bans almost all travel to the United States from seven countries, including most of the nations…

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