David Lapan, a spokesman for Homeland Security Department, declined to comment. The Transportation Security Administration, part of Homeland Security, also declined to comment. Government official said such a ban has been considered for several weeks.
MADISON, Wis.He said the Department of Justice’s solicitor general’s office is reviewing a New York federal judge’s order blocking part of Trump’s restrictions. Once that review is complete his office will decide whether the DOJ has a role to play.Asked if he agreed with Trump’s restrictions, Schimel called them a policy decision that isn’t any of his business.The University of Wisconsin says about 130 students statewide are affected by President Donald Trump’s travel ban affecting seven mostly Muslim countries.UW President Ray Cross is urging students or faculty from the seven countries not to travel outside the United States in the next 90 days as they may not be able to return to the country.The affected countries are Syria, Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Sudan and Yemen. May be affected by the order.
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