Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee advanced a bill that would bar the White House from blocking immigrants from entering the U.S. based on their religion. The bill is a direct response to former President Trump’s Muslim ban, an executive order signed during his first week in office in 2017, which limited visas for those from 13 countries, many with majority-Muslim populations. President Biden rescinded the ban on his first day in office, but the bill seeks to bar future presidents from taking similar action. The bill will be called the No BAN Act.

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House Judiciary Democrats advance bill to bar future ‘Muslim ban.’