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Attorney on revised travel ban: A ‘Muslim ban’ with ‘slightly different colors’

June 29, 2017 | 10:49 PM GMT
Sirine Shebaya, senior staff attorney with the civil rights group Muslim Advocates, says she considers the limited version of the travel ban going into effect June 29 to be a “Muslim ban” with “slightly different colors.”