In Lawsuit After Lawsuit, It’s Everyday People v. the President

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It came to this: more than 50 lawsuits across the country, with at least as many individual plaintiffs; a reprieve from a federal judge in Seattle; a new ban; and, on March 15, a new set of roadblocks from federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland. On Wednesday, the judge in Hawaii turned his temporary restraining order against the ban into an indefinite one, fixing it in place unless it is overturned.

The government is appealing those decisions, which have drawn Mr. Trump’s fury. His administration has insisted it will prevail.

The people who sued the president this winter were Muslim, and they were Christian. They were professors and grocery clerks. They were parents, daughters and sons-in-law, and they were married but divided, or just planning the wedding. They were Americans, or trying to become ones.

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