File photo, protesters carry posters during a rally against President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority nations, in New York's Times Square, on February 19, 2017. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
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President Donald Trump's travel ban has been frozen by the courts, but the White House has promised a new executive order that officials say will address concerns raised by judges that have put the policy on hold.The White House says it expects to issue a new order next week, though it has not said exactly when.The Justice Department has said the Trump administration would be abandoning the original order, which should render moot ongoing court challenges to that order.It may not be that easy for the administration to escape the shadow of the current challenge before the 9th Circuit, said Simona Grossi, an expert in federal court procedure at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.The new order would have to be free of the constitutional problems raised by the original order and the administration would also have to show that the original order will not be resurrected in the future, she said.
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