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Hawaii Plans To Sue Trump (Again) Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Hawaii Plans To Sue Trump (Again)

UPDATED: A federal judge agrees to lift his stay on Hawaii’s lawsuit against the Trump administration.

Trump’s New Travel Ban Is Out But Is It Any Better? Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Trump’s New Travel Ban Is Out But Is It Any Better?

The new executive order is set to take effect March 16. Meanwhile, critics, including Hawaii officials, are considering more legal action.

Hawaii Stands Ready To Challenge Trump’s Promised New Order Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Stands Ready To Challenge Trump’s Promised New Order

The president said he would rescind his earlier travel ban — now stalled in court — and instead issue another one.

Another Federal Injunction Issued Against Trump’s Travel Ban Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Another Federal Injunction Issued Against Trump’s Travel Ban

Meanwhile, a judge in Honolulu allows Hawaii to add another plaintiff in its suit against the Trump administration.

Appeals Court Deals Blow To Trump’s Travel Ban Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Appeals Court Deals Blow To Trump’s Travel Ban

Refugees and other immigrants can still travel to the U.S. — which means Hawaii’s lawsuit will remain on hold.

Hawaii Lawsuit Must Wait For Appeals Court Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Lawsuit Must Wait For Appeals Court

Hawaii’s legal challenge of the Trump administration travel ban is on hold until the 9th Circuit decides what to do in a similar mainland case.

Education Secretary Passes With Near-Failing Grade betsydevos.com

Education Secretary Passes With Near-Failing Grade

Hawaii residents flooded Capitol Hill offices with letters, calls and emails opposing school-voucher advocate Betsy DeVos as secretary of education.

Trump Seeks To Put Hawaii Case On Hold Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Trump Seeks To Put Hawaii Case On Hold

The Trump administration says Hawaii’s challenge of travel ban should wait until a mainland case is resolved.

Hunters And Fishermen Score A Quick Kill Of Public Lands Bill Courtesy: The Good Reverend Flash via Flickr

Hunters And Fishermen Score A Quick Kill Of Public Lands Bill

A congressional land grab of 3.3 million acres didn’t sit well with groups that use public lands, a significant issue for Hawaii, too.

Federal Government In Hawaii