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There's a new travel ban in town, but this one has key differences from the first




File: President Donald Trump signs an executive order as Vice President Mike Pence looks on at the White House in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20, 2017.
File: President Donald Trump signs an executive order as Vice President Mike Pence looks on at the White House in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20, 2017.
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There's a new travel ban in town. President Trump signed a new executive order that will bar travelers from six Muslim majority countries.

Iraq was left off the new list. That was a big point of dispute last time around due to the hundreds of Iraqi interpreters left in limbo:

"It honestly means the difference between life and death. They are at risk of death, injury, torture...not only them but their wives and children."

That was Mac McEachin. He's a national security policy associate at the International refugee assistance project.

His group helps Iraqis and those from other countries apply for visas.

A Martinez spoke to him back in January following news of the first travel ban and asked him to return this morning.

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