“I think that the real fundamental question is, why?"
Despite a Supreme Court ruling in its favor, the Trump administration can't really declare a victory in the case of Jane Doe, an immigrant minor who wanted an abortion.
Trump administration officials will no longer be able to block undocumented immigrant teenagers in federal custody from getting abortions, thanks to a court order issued by a federal judge Friday night.
Scott Lloyd's handling of cases involving pregnant teenagers is under scrutiny.
Documents exclusively obtained by VICE News show how an anti-abortion Trump appointee has been handling cases involving pregnant teens
Office of Refugee Resettlement Director Scott Lloyd investigated a controversial procedure to stop an abortion in progress
The undocumented 17-year-old known only as "Jane Moe" is 17 weeks pregnant
The 17-year-old is in her second trimester and first asked for an abortion two weeks ago.
The Trump administration still decided that an abortion in this case would not be in the child's interest
The collapse of the government's and the ACLU's case assures that the battle over future Jane Does has just begun
Judge overrules Trump administration to allow undocumented teens to get abortions