Harvard, Stanford, Yale, and 14 other universities filed an amicus brief on Monday challenging President Donald Trump’s immigration order.
The brief stated that the executive order has already caused “damaging effects” at American universities.
“These costs are significant and directly affect amici’s ability to pursue their missions,” the brief read. “And they are being experienced absent any evidence that amici’s lawfully-present students, faculty, and scholars—all of whom have already undergone significant vetting by the government—pose any threat to the safety or security of the United States or amici’s campuses.”
The brief, filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of read more >>>