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New affidavits in an ongoing lawsuit allege that some immigrant children under US custody have been forced to take psychotropic meds. Some were forcibly injected.

Lawsuit alleges immigrant kids were forcibly drugged

New affidavits in an ongoing lawsuit allege that some immigrant children under US custody have been forced to take psychotropic meds. Some were forcibly injected.

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Let’s say you want to get rid of old clothes. You see one of those big yellow donation bins that says Planet Aid on it. Have you ever wondered what happens next?

How Does Planet Aid Use Your Old Clothing?

Let’s say you want to get rid of old clothes. You see one of those big yellow donation bins that says Planet Aid on it. Have you ever wondered what happens next?

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