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Division in Wisconsin over Trump's travel ban
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MADISON (AP) - Immigration and civil rights advocates in Wisconsin spoke out Monday against President Donald Trump's travel ban affecting seven mostly Muslim countries, while the University of Wisconsin urged about 130 affected students not to leave the country because they may not be able to return. Word of people trying to come to Wisconsin from other countries who have had their plans derailed - including a Sudanese victim of torture and a UW student - also began to surface. Gov.