Listen: Judge bars enforcement of new Trump restrictions on asylum seekers
"They cannot handle more. And what's interesting is that both sides argue here that the wait times that those official points of entry can be days if not weeks, so this is just the latest example of the president trying to change regulations to kind of clamp down essentially on existing law. What the judge said though, was he was overstepping his authority basically stepping on turf that has been. Been congresses for many years now who took this into court. This case was brought by the ACLU you heard from legal. Learnt who was the lawyer who argued the case in federal court yesterday. They are representing along with some other civil rights groups organizations that provide services to asylum seekers many of these asylum seekers come from the northern triangle, countries, Guatemala, Honduras, and Salvador, many are claiming that they're fleeing violence and persecution and the argument for the temporary restraining order, which the scale you ultimately got was that it's a violation of immigration laws. We laid out earlier that a lot of the time people are doing this by accident or because their push to. And and so essentially the judge sided with them at the end of the day temporary restraining order, meaning the arguments aren't over here. Exactly the department of homeland security hasn't commented on this judge's ruling. We're waiting to see how secretary Nielsen. And of course, President Trump and self respond, but it's worth noting that judge tiger was appointed by President Obama that might be a line of criticism. We see in the coming hours and days. Specifically what we're watching for is will the department of Justice appeal this decision. The ninth circuit court of appeal. Okay. Lily Jamali co host of the California report at thanks. Thank you. Four people are dead after a mass shooting at mercy hospital in Chicago yesterday. They include a doctor and a Chicago police officer WBZ's miles Brian reports the shooting took place yesterday afternoon at the near southside hospital police say it started with a fight between Dr tamra O'neil and a man she had a quote, domestic relationship with the Chicago Tribune reports it may have been over a broken engagement someone called nine one one. But before officers arrived the man pulled out a handgun and shot and killed O'neil in the hospital parking lot. Tracy Lyons had just finished radiation treatment when she heard the shots."