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A California judge has ruled that Homeland Security violated the rights of an undocumented Central American teen held in a U.S. detention center when they tried to block her access to an abortion. While this case is far from over — there is a legal hitch involving attaching a Texas plaintiff to a California suit — it is a promising win in favor of numerous young women who complained that they are not only being shamed by the federal employees holding them in custody, but they are being blocked from medical procedures after jumping through all necessary hoops to secure them.
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“The government may not want to facilitate abortion,” ruled U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler. “But it