The government to comply with U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee’s July 24, 2015, ruling concerning the inhumane detention of mothers and children fleeing violence and persecution. In a press release, the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Projectnoted the government’s noncompliance with the ruling, and called on the government to “immediately cease [the] abhorrent practice” of family detention. The CARA Project also provided a fact sheet on the Flores litigation, covering key points from Judge Gee’s ruling, and discussing what is likely to happen next in the case.

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Immigration getting hit because bad treatment upon woman and children