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Maryland AG Speaks On Judge’s Decision To Halt Travel Ban

March 16th, 2017 by WCBC Radio

WBAL reports Judge Theodore Chuang, of Maryland, was the latest member of the court to halt President Donald Trump's revised travel ban. Attorney General Brian Frosh, who filed an amicus brief (assisting a court by offering information that bears on the case) in the District Court for Hawaii, joined The C4 Show this morning to talk about it.  "The issue is whether the second executive order is a Muslim ban," Frosh said. "Both, Judge Chuang and [Derrick] Watson (of Hawaii) ruled that it is." Frosh added, "… The comments that were made by the administration afterwards about trying to exclude Muslims; you can't divorce the numerous statements from the actual executive order." "It's very clear it's a Muslim ban." The action was Frosh's first — he was granted this power, to sue the federal government without permission from the state's Republican governor, on February 15

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