The Justice Department wants the U.S. Supreme Court to sanction ACLU attorneys who represented an undocumented teenage immigrant seeking an abortion, claiming they misled government attorneys.

The undocumented minor, known only as Jane Doe, sued the government last month alleging the Department of Health and Human Services was illegally preventing her from getting an abortion. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled en banc in the teen’s favor, and she got the abortion Oct. 25.  

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