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Supreme Court Allows Full Enforcement of Trump Travel Ban

The Court announced its ruling Monday afternoon.

WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court has made a decision on President Trump's controversial travel ban.

Fox News reported Monday afternoon that the Court will permit the ban to go into full effect. The measure affects residents of six predominantly-Muslim countries: Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen, as well as North Korea and Venezuela.

Challenges against the ban continue to make their way through the courts. Two lower courts had halted the measure from being enforced.  

The latest version of President Trump's travel ban was issued in September and replaced two earlier versions that were held up in the court system. 

(Photo by Alex Wong/Thinkstock.)

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