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A rally at the Supreme Court against the Trump administration's effort to ban immigration from 7 Muslim-majority countries. A rally at the Supreme Court against the Trump administration’s effort to ban immigration from seven majority Muslim countries. (Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ ALM)

A Washington federal appeals court has ruled a lawsuit challenging the State Department’s denial to process diversity visa applications for individuals impacted by the president’s travel ban isn’t dead quite yet, saying the people in question could still obtain relief.

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