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CA Leaders Respond to Trump's 'Out of Control' Comment

The state's top Democrats called Trump cruel and his proposals unconstitutional after the businessman-turned-politician threatened to withhold federal funding from the most populous U.S. state if lawmakers passed a so-called sanctuary bill.

U.S. Court Will Hear Arguments on Trump's Travel Ban

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco on Monday asked lawyers for the states of Washington and Minnesota and the Justice Department to argue whether the ban should remain shelved. The court set oral argument for 3 p.m. PST on Tuesday.
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Nearly 100 Companies File Brief Opposing Travel Ban

The companies—including Apple Inc, Google Inc and Microsoft Corp—banded together late on Sunday to file a "friend-of-the-court" brief with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco arguing that the ban "inflicts significant harm on American business."

Trump’s Travel Ban Inches Toward U.S. Supreme Court

The government now has until 3 p.m. PST on Monday to submit additional legal briefs to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco in support of Trump's order. A decision either way may ultimately result in the case reaching the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Concerned About Trump, Asylum Seekers Look to Canada

Canadian advocacy organizations are bracing for a greater influx of asylum-seekers, driven in part by the contrast between the ruling Liberal government's acceptance of Syrian refugees in Canada with Trump's anti-foreigner rhetoric.

Trump's Travel Ban Could Hurt U.S. College Revenue

"International student growth is important for many institutions," said Roy Eappen, municipal research analyst at Wells Fargo. "Many international students come to the U.S. to study and are willing to pay full price for higher education."

New Poll Finds U.S. Polarized Over Trump's Travel Ban

The Jan. 30-31 poll found that 49 percent of American adults said they either "strongly" or "somewhat" agreed with Trump's order, while 41 percent "strongly" or "somewhat" disagreed and another 10 percent said they don't know.