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Inquiry Ordered Into Claims Immigrants Had Unwanted Gynecology Procedures

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 16 September 2020
Members of Congress and the D.H.S. are investigating claims by a nurse and lawyers that immigrant detainees in Georgia were complaining of unwanted procedures and rough treatment.
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