Court documents filed in U.S. District Court of Hawaii asks a judge to approve a briefing schedule for a forthcoming motion seeking a temporary restraining order over the new executive order, which the state's attorney general has called a "Muslim ban 2.0."
Hawaii sued over Trump's initial executive order, which was blocked by a federal judge in Seattle after the state of Washington challenged the immigration ban. Hawaii will file an amended complaint on Wednesday, according to the court document filed Tuesday.
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The court documents filed Tuesday do not put forth Hawaii's tailored legal argument against the new presidential executive order, which Trump signed on Monday a month after a federal judge blocked his initial order.
The new order narrows the countries affected from seven to six — Iraq was aken off the list — and drops a previous section that would have indefinitely suspended admission of Syrian refugees. It also removed language preferencing entry to the U.S. by religious minorities facing persecution in their home countries.