Justices' Broad View of 'Families' Is Tested in Trump Travel Ban

, The National Law Journal

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The Trump administration may not view grandparents, aunts, uncles and others as having close enough family relationships in the United States to be excluded from the government’s travel ban, but the U.S. Supreme Court on at least two occasions, in different contexts, has recognized the importance of those family bonds.

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