NPR News' presents full coverage of today's hearing in the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals about President Trump's executive order barring travel from seven predominantly-Muslim countries. The federal government is asking the court to reinstate the order. Attorneys on both sides of the case will make their arguments to a panel of judges by telephone. NPR Justice Correspondent Carrie Johnson and political editor Domenico Montanaro will be among the participants in the coverage. Begins at 3pm PST.
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