A second federal appeals court rejected President Donald Trump’s latest restrictions on travel to America from six mostly Muslim countries in a ruling that is all but certain to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The decision by the Richmond, Virginia-based court once again strikes down an initiative Trump undertook just days into his administration. The Justice Department asked the high court on Jan. 5 to review a San Francisco appellate panel’s December decision to block Trump’s policy.

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Photo Credit: A second federal appeals court rejected President Donald Trump’s latest restrictions on travel to America from six mostly Muslim countries in a ruling that is all but certain to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Bloomberg