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Cotton Statement on Trump v. Hawaii

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June 26, 2018

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Caroline Tabler<mailto:[email protected]> or James Arnold<mailto:[email protected]> (202) 224-6039 June 26, 2018
Cotton Statement on Trump v. Hawaii
Washington, D.C. — Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) today released the following statement on Trump v. Hawaii:
“Congress has long delegated to the president the authority to regulate the entry of people into the United States, particularly from war-torn countries or well-known state sponsors of terrorism. The Court has rightly upheld this common-sense, longstanding practice, which I hope will end once and for all the tortured reasoning of liberal judges who make up new legal doctrines because they personally disapprove of the president.”
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