Nearly 100 American companies have signed on to a lawsuit in Washington against the U.S. government in connection with immigration ban

Recently, we reported that a major U.S. company one way or another began to Express dissatisfaction with the new immigration ban the US President Donald trump. We will remind, the decree trump has temporarily banned the entry of citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

This movement began to gain momentum. As it became known, nearly a hundred different companies have joined a suit filed by Washington state against the new law. The list includes Apple, Facebook, Github, Uber, Lyft, Dropbox, eBay, GoPro, Intel, Microsoft, PayPal and many others. At the moment the list includes 97 companies.

On Friday, a Federal court ruled against the government, noting that the temporary ban on entry for citizens of certain States were in excess of authority for the US President. Moreover, the appeal filed by the government was rejected, and eventually the ban was removed for a time, until you addressed the above matter.


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