Federal Judge in Hawaii Grants Temporary Restraining Order on Trump's Newest Order.

A federal judge in Hawaii put President Trump's travel ban on hold on March 15, 2017, after hearing arguments on Hawaii's request for a temporary restraining order involving the ban. 

Hawaii argued that the ban discriminates on the basis of nationality, and would prevent residents of Hawaii from receveing visits from relatives in the six mostly muslim countries covered by the bam. The State also argued that the ban would harm its tourism industry, and its ability to recruit foreign students and workers.

The ruling prevents the executive order from going into effect March 16, 2017.