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Santa Fe, NM - Following their amicus brief opposing the Trump Administration’s request for a stay that would allow the second iteration of its Muslim ban to take effect, Attorney General Balderas has again joined a coalition of seventeen states filing a new amicus brief urging the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the district court ruling that struck down the ban as unconstitutional. The states’ brief explains the reasons that the district court’s decision should not be overturned on appeal, including the overwhelming and unrebutted evidenced of anti-Muslim animus and the significant harms that the ban would cause the states, their residents, and their institutions.

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