Chief Judge Roger Gregory of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit this week wrote his second majority opinion upholding the block on President Donald Trump’s travel ban.

Gregory led a 9-3 court affirming a lower court’s injunction. He authored the majority opinion, which said the policy was tainted by animus toward Muslims. Gregory wrote a similar opinion last May, when the Fourth Circuit, again sitting en banc, upheld the same lower court’s injunction against the March 6 travel ban executive order.

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