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Topic - Kimberly J. Mueller
Ten professional mental-health organizations have policies and guidelines discouraging such therapies, Judge Mueller noted, and the state was within its rights both to oversee the therapy profession and ensure the protection of the "physical and psychological well-being" of minors.
"What she did had an impact on the political and electoral processes on which our democracy is based," Judge Mueller said.