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The Virginia-based Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has decided to hear the government's appeal of a lower court order blocking President Trump's revised travel ban with its full panel of judges.

The court polled its 15 judges and a majority agreed Monday to hear the case en banc, streamlining the appeals process.

The government is appealing a Maryland district judge's decision to block Trump's executive order that temporarily banned nationals from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.S. hours before it was set to take effect.


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