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The Trump administration’s new travel ban policy may soon spark new lawsuits, though it’s already a subject at the U.S. Supreme Court.

After the White House issued a new policy as parts of the March 6 travel ban expired Sunday, the Supreme Court on Monday removed upcoming oral arguments over the executive order set for Oct. 10. The court directed the parties, including the state of Hawaii, the federal government and various advocacy groups, to file supplemental briefs on whether and to what extent the case is now moot. The briefs are due by noon Oct 5. Solicitor General Noel Francisco filed a letter with the court Sunday requesting the supplemental briefing schedule.

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