CONTACT: [email protected] NEW YORK – Following reports of guidance issued by the Trump administration interpreting this week’s Supreme Court decision to partially lift a stay on the president’s Muslim ban, Naureen Shah, Amnesty International USA’s senior director of campaigns, issued the following statement: “This guidance shows a cruel indifference to families, some already torn apart … Continued
Following the U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing parts of President Trump’s Muslim ban to go into effect, Amnesty International USA this evening filed a Freedom of Information Act request for documents showing how federal agencies are planning to implement the ban.
Following the Supreme Court’s announcement that it will hear arguments on President Trump’s discriminatory Muslim ban and allow the order to take effect in the meantime, Margaret Huang, Amnesty International USA executive director, released the following statement:
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