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In March, U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson (left) in Honolulu blocked the new version of Trump's travel ban from taking effect, citing what he called "significant and unrebutted evidence of religious animus" in Trump's campaign statements. Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin (right) wrote to the 9th Circuit that "the President claims a nearly limitless power to make immigration policy that is all but immune from judicial review" and "he must be checked." Photo courtesy US Courts State of Hawaii

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