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New travel ban brings little relief, Chicago activists say : Local groups argue revised order adds up to 'Muslim ban'

While President Donald Trump's revised executive order banning travel from six majority-Muslim countries and barring refugees from entering the U.S. is a small improvement over his earlier order, it remains an unacceptable ban on Muslims, Chicago immigration activists said Monday.

About a month after federal judges blocked Trump's temporary ban on citizens of seven Middle Eastern and African countries, a move Chicago advocates called "a backdoor ban on Muslims," the president on Monday sig

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