The Supreme Court partially lifted the stay on President Trump’s travel ban, and agreed to consider the case when it starts its new term in the fall. The three-month ban was designed to give the government time to review and tighten the vetting process for foreigners coming to the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries. Since the government has had several months to review its vetting and security processes, is the ban even needed anymore?
- Press Play with Madeleine Brand
- As SCOTUS allows limited travel ban, what's the state of vetting foreigners?