One of the governors who tried to stop resettlement of Syrian refugees has rescinded his order.
FOX's Lisa Brady has more:
Just three days after the terror attacks in Paris, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal issued an executive order, telling state agencies to stop any involvement in accepting Syrian refugees until changes were made at the federal level in the process for vetting those refugees:
(Deal) "In light of the Paris events, it just goes to show that you can't be too careful."
But legal questions were raised about similar actions by several governors and Deal asked Georgia's attorney general for his opinion... That opinion, released last week, said the state can't deny federally funded benefits to Syrian refugees lawfully admitted into the U.S. and the governor cited that in a one-sentence order rescinding his previous order.
Lisa Brady, FOX News