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CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 06, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Trump's new executive order of a travel ban against immigration from six Muslim countries with some changes introduced. Live interview held with Washington attorney general Bob Ferguson about the travel ban. [FERGUSON - offer views on changes in the new travel ban as from the original ban, which was unconstitutional, how Washington state will respond to this revised executive order.] Other material: [On CNN, Homeland Security Secretary John KELLY - explains the timing of the rollout.] [CNN legal analyst Jeffrey TOOBIN - explains why this second order may be legal.]
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