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A federal judge in Washington, D.C., is waiting to see what action a fellow judge in California takes before deciding whether to issue a second order blocking the Trump administration from enforcing its asylum ban.

Judge Randolph Moss, an Obama appointee on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, questioned the need for another court to issue a temporary restraining order after Judge Jon Tigar’s ruling last month in California that said the administration’s policy should be put on hold.

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Moss called it a little bit of head-scratcher as to how the plaintiffs in the cases before him will suffer irreparable injury if he doesn’t take action against a policy that is already on hold.

Tigar’s order expires on Dec. 19, and the Obama appointee is expected to decide before then whether to issue a preliminary injunction that would keep the ban blocked nationwide. The government asked the Supreme Court last week to allow enforcement of the ban after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to stay Tigar’s ruling.

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