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(Portland, OR)  --  Portland-area Islamic groups say they're 'disappointed' with the Supreme Court's ruling on President Trump's travel ban.  A local Muslim leader named Mohammad Saeed Rahman says travel restrictions could have ripple effects on the American economy if foreigners don't feel welcome in the country any longer.  Oregon GOP Chairman Bill Currier says the SCOTUS ruling is a win for national security.  Travel restrictions have had an effect on people coming to Portland earlier this year, such as a four-month-old girl who needed medical treatment from OHSU in February.

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