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Judge throws out suit filed by unaccompanied minor seeking abortion


Judge throws out suit filed by unaccompanied minor seeking abortion
VICE News

A federal judge threw out a suit Wednesday from an unaccompanied minor from Central America who sued the Trump administration for denying her access to an abortion during her detention in a federally funded immigration facility in Texas.While the ACLU, whi

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