U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee in Flores v. Johnson that should signal the end of the mass incarceration of children and mothers seeking asylum in the United States. Judge Gee found that the government materially breached the Flores settlement agreement, which requires that children in temporary custody be housed in safe, sanitary, non-secure, and licensed facilities. She granted the plaintiffs’ motion to enforce the agreement, and ordered the government to show cause why children and their accompanying parents should not be released.

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Judge stands up to Immigrations treatment of mothers and children