Supreme Court won’t hear ‘travel ban’ case, but refugee portion not addressed

Yes, the Supreme Court really stepped out of line.
Their right? I don’t think so, but it seems nearly everybody thinks they can do just what they want–to hell with the law.

Refugee Resettlement Watch

I wish I could explain to you what all of this means for the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program which we reported got off to a flying start for FY18 with 98 arrivals since October 1, but I can’t.  I’m not a lawyer and the whole thing just seems like a huge mess that should not distract you from doing what you must do locally and on the state level (see here).

supreme court 2017 The Supremes should never have wandered in to refugee law in the first place by literally writing, although temporarily, new law.

However, until I read this story at The Hill about the ban, I had forgotten that the 120-day refugee moratorium was still in place until October 24th!

You can thus see how meaningless that moratorium was since 98 arrived in ten days from October 1 and October 10 with the third largest number being the supposedly…

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