4 border aid activists were arrested and convicted after they left food and water in the desert that served as a wildlife refuge for undocumented immigrants. The 4 women faced up to 6 months in prison and a $500 fine. Last week, a U.S. District Judge overturned their convictions, ruling that the government was restricting the women’s religious beliefs when it arrested them for providing aid.

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A judge has overturned the convictions of 4 border activists in Arizona

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