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The Establishment Clause Question in the Travel Ban Cases


As promised, we are taking you one step deeper into understanding the Travel Ban case.

This week’s explainer brings you a graphic look at the Establishment Clause:

  • What does it stand for?
  • How has it been used in the past?
  • How do courts analyze it?
  • How was it analyzed by the 4th Circuit appeals court in this case?

Click here to view the Explainer.

Also coming up in this Travel Ban Case Explainer Series:

  • Principle of deference to the executive branch
  • History of executive power in immigration
  • History of the justices’ rulings on these issues

In case you missed the Basic Case Explained, click here.

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About the Author

Mariam Morshedi

Mariam Morshedi

Mariam Morshedi is the Founder and Executive Director of Subscript Law. Before starting Subscript Law, she practiced civil rights law for AARP Foundation, where she litigated housing, consumer and disability rights issues.

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