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3 Dissents That Define Kavanaugh’s Immigration Record

Law360 (July 10, 2018, 9:38 PM EDT) -- U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has written dissents over the course of his 12-year tenure as a D.C. Circuit judge asserting that unauthorized immigrants do not have labor rights, that visa applicants' cultural background is irrelevant and that a detained immigrant teen should not be given immediate access to an abortion.

Here, Law360 takes a look at Judge Kavanaugh’s most notable writings on immigration.

Hargan v. Garza

In October 2017, Judge Kavanaugh dissented in the case of a detained immigrant teen seeking an abortion, arguing that the government should be required to expeditiously release the minor to an adult immigrant...

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