Here is a link to a LifeNews story about the June 14, 2019 decision from a divided panel of the United State Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The court found that the policy of the Office of Refugee Resettlement to prevent shelters from facilitating abortions for “unaccompanied alien children” was likely unconstitutional. Judge Silberman dissented. Silberman thought that the majority erred in affirming the lower court’s ruling to certify the suit as a class action and in finding that the case was not moot. Silberman also dissented on the merits. Silberman agreed with then-Judge Kavanaugh’s earlier opinion in the case that the Administration’s policy did not create an undue burden on the right to an abortion.