Michigan Judgment on Female Genital Mutilation Raises Concerns for Women's Rights

A federal judge in Michigan dismissed charges against two doctors for female genital mutilation, deeming the federal ban unconstitutional. This case, involving members of the Dawoodi Bohra community, poses significant implications for women's rights and state versus federal jurisdiction over such human rights violations.

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Nathaniel Herrington, Mar, 22 2024