The Trump administration will appeal a new challenge to the president’s travel ban to the Supreme Court, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday. The high court ruled last month that parts of the president’s initial ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority nations could go into effect, but on Thursday a federal judge in Hawaii narrowed the application of the ban. When the new ban went into effect, “close” relatives of those living in the U.S. were exempt. But that definition did not include grandparents, aunts, uncles, and others. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson ruled that those family members also be exempt from the ban.
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