Dane County bars employees from traveling to ‘discriminatory’ states

The Dane County Board has passed an amendment prohibiting county employees from traveling to states that have “discriminatory legislation” based on sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.  >  Wisconsin State Journal

Syrian man living in Wisconsin who sued over travel bans reunited with wife, daughter

The man’s lawsuit alleged that Trump’s first travel ban halted his efforts to bring his family to safety. A judge granted his request to file the lawsuit anonymously on the grounds that militants had targeted his family in Aleppo after he fled to the U.S. in 2014.  >  AP / US News & World Report

At Duffy town hall in Rice Lake, tensions center on health care, travel ban

Health care, immigration and bipartisanship were prominent topics at a Wednesday afternoon listening session with U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wausau), sometimes eliciting disagreement between attendees and the lawmaker.  >  Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

Trump’s back-burnered travel ban still on front burner for universities

Now is when international students accept admissions offers from universities and put down deposits. Uncertainty surrounding any future travel ban, and uneasiness about whether the United States is still a welcoming place for international students, are topmost on their minds, according to national education experts.  >  Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel