Meet the Lawyer Who Didn’t Want to Promise a Toothbrush to Migrant Children

Sarah Fabian, an immigration lawyer for the Justice Department, has become famous for her defense of the government’s failure to provide soap and toothbrushes to children in custody

The New York Times
Jun 25 · 4 min read
Sarah Fabian, a Justice Department lawyer, was questioned by federal judges about the Trump administration not providing soap or toothbrushes for migrant children. Photo: United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit via The New York Times

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