A  three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on Friday unanimously rejected the Trump administration’s blanket policy of denying abortion access to unaccompanied minors who are in government custody.

The panel, in a 81-page unsigned opinion, upheld in main part a Washington federal trial judge’s preliminary injunction against the policy. The government’s position could not “be squared” with U.S. Supreme Court decisions, according to panel members judges Sri Srinivasan, Robert Wilkins and Laurence Silberman.

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