A new travel ban has been announced in Hawaii, limiting the number of visas that can be issued and limiting travelers to only one place in the state.
The state’s governor says the move is aimed at protecting the state from terrorism.
The governor says it is designed to protect Hawaii from an international travel threat that is a result of the United States being a sanctuary for terrorists.
The president says he’s worried about the impact of this measure.
He says it will be an increase in crime, it will make Hawaii a sanctuary state, and it will hurt our economy.
The Hawaii governor has asked for the order to remain in place until a federal court can decide whether it should be allowed to stay.
We’re working with the administration and the Department of Homeland Security to ensure Hawaii’s sovereignty and security, Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie said in a statement.
Hawaii has been a U.S. sanctuary state for years.
But in the past few months, the U.K. revoked the visas of many people who had been in the U: British citizens, and American citizens, who had lived or worked in the country for years and had no ties to any terrorist organization.
The new restrictions were introduced last week and were first reported by the Associated Press.
It’s unclear if the new order will be overturned by the courts.
The administration’s new ban is set to take effect Jan. 20.