1.) Where is any reference to previous cases, or the Constitution?
2.) Hawaii has no refugees from the six countries specified in Trump's executive order.
3.) It further obliterates the president's clear legal authority to decide what kinds of persons get to enter our country, and under what terms.
4.) It further obscures the plain fact that non-citizens have no rights that can be guaranteed by US law.
5.) What the hell does Hawaii's tourism industry or its university system have to do with the legal question being decided here?
6.) Ditto whether Hawaii has a "pluralistic and inclusive society"?
7.) How are statements by Trump from when he was a candidate legally relevant to this case?