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‘Anti-Choice Fanaticism’ in the U.S. Immigration System: The Real Reason Jane Doe’s Abortion Request Is Being Denied
"This case isn’t the only one—nationally, the federal government is obstructing young immigrant women’s access to abortion. It’s blatantly unconstitutional, not to mention unconscionable.”
"The reality is that our criminal justice system, the laws and consequences, are just as broken as the immigration system."
Access to care is especially critical in a state ravaged by the opioid crisis.