Karen Conti discusses the legality of executive orders, answers legal questions

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Protesters demonstrate at O'Hare Airport against President Trump's executive order on immigration from a number of predominantly Muslim countries. (Cody Gough / WGN Radio)

Karen Conti discusses executive orders issued by President Trump in his first week in office, including his policies regarding immigration and international travel, and delves into the ensuing legal battles that have taken place as a result. Is what many have labeled the “Muslim ban” legal according to the Constitution of the United States of America, and if not, then how can one of President Trump’s first executive orders be overruled or reversed (if at all)? Karen answers the tough questions facing our nation, plus takes some more personal legal questions from listeners, in this exciting one-hour Brian Noonan Show podcast only on WGN Radio.

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