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  • Trump may be backtracking on immigration ban, and that could be smart

    Boston Globe - 02/10/2017

    What is clear from the latest court rulings, however, is that the courts are willing to assert their role under Trump, including in the field of immigration, where the courts have historically deferred to the broad powers of the executive branch.

    “This is the courts saying they have a role to play, they are not going to sit that out,” said Rachel Rosenbloom, a Northeastern University law professor who specializes in immigration policy.

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