[Excerpt] "The president-elect has stated that he intends to protect national security by banning Muslim immigration into the United States. He also has signaled an openness to some form of Muslim registration program. Does the Constitution impose barriers to the adoption of such policies?"
John M. Greabe, Does the Constitution allow President to Ban Muslims?, Concord Monitor, Jan. 1, 2017 at D1, D3.
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This article is part of the series Constitutional Connections by John M. Greabe and was originally published by the Concord Monitor.