Alabama’s Attorney General joins other states in support of the President’s recent immigration order. Attorney General Steven Marshall says that Alabama joined with thirteen other states today to file a legal brief in support of President Trump’s executive order that temporarily restricts the admission of foreign nationals from six countries that pose a security risk to the United States. The order has been ruled unconstitutional by a Maryland Federal Court and the administration is appealing that ruling. Marshall says that the brief argues that those who oppose the order are trying to apply constitutional rights to non-citizens who are not in this country. He calls that theory an “extraordinary extension of rights to nonresident aliens who do not possess such rights under the U.S. Constitution”.