On Friday, a federal judge in Washington, D.C., said the Trump government can not stop young, undocumented women in federal custody from demanding abortions.
This includes disrupting or blocking medical appointments, abortion counseling and abortion services.
It protects minors without guardians who are placed under the control of the Department of Refugee Migration of the Ministry of Health from being forced if they are pregnant and considering abortion. It also protects contractors who provide protection for those who have sought pregnancy, abortion and abortion related to medical care.
The decision in Garza v. Chr. Hargan comes from the October, when American Civil Liberties Union lawyers. In a federal court in Washington, he called on the Trump administration to year olds from Central America to allow an abortion.
At that time, she was imprisoned in Texas and federal officials did not allow her to leave her accommodation for the procedure. Government lawyers argued that the Trump government focused on "childbirth and fetal life," which meant she did not have to help her push her efforts to get an abortion. Finally, she was able to get the procedure.
An HHS official told the Washington Post in October that Scott Lloyd, one of the English: www.germnews.com/archive/eng/1995/. The official named in the US District Court and the director of her Office for Relocation of Refugees personally "intervened" to convince young women to stop abortions. The speaker compared him to a "foster parent" and said, "If a child is in the program who is pregnant, he has reached them and tried to help as much as possible with life-affirming options."
In December, Lloyd said in a deposition that immigrants have no constitutional right to abortion because of their immigration status.
The ACLU welcomed the result of Thursday, tweet :
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In a written statement, Brigitte Amiri, deputy director of the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project, said, "The Trump The Cruel Government policies to protect young immigrants in federal custody from access to abortion constitute a blatant abuse of power. We are relieved that the court has issued an order prohibiting the administration from continuing to practice this extreme policy to end for ever and to secure justice for all these young women. "
It is a restraining order.