At the Center for American Progress, Rita Medina and Philip E. Wolgin call attention to the most oppressive part of Trump’s controversial executive order banning entry from select Muslim-majority countries: “In the month since President Trump signed his executive order to ban Muslims and refugees from entering the country, the public has focused on the most odious of the ban’s provisions… Far less attention, however, has been spent on the effects of the order’s provision to “pause” the entire refugee resettlement program for 120 days. Read the full article at the Center for American Progress.

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