Wiretap: Supreme Court weighs landmark Texas abortion case
Anti-abortion and reproductive-rights activists gathered outside the Supreme Court as justices heard a case that would determine whether Texas could whittle away at abortion rights.
Dana Milbank: As the Supreme Court hears a major case on abortion rights, hundreds of uteruses gather outside. Did the Senate Republicans birth the court a new round of trouble? Via The Washington Post.
The Texas abortion case asks one question that must be answered: What happens if the clinics close? Via The Atlantic.
Meanwhile, the Obama administration is vetting possible Supreme Court nominees. One is Judge Jane Kelly, a federal appellate judge in Iowa, who was praised by Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley and confirmed unanimously. Via The New York Times.
Former State Department staffer gets immunity from the Justice Department in the Clinton email investigation. Is that as bad as it sounds for Hillary? Via The Washington Post.
As at least 47 percent of Americans wonder why, Mitt Romney is giving what his aides call a major speech on the state of the presidential race (or why no one should vote for Donald Trump). Via Politico.
Megan McArdle: Trump voters need to ask themselves whether voting for Trump in the primary season is the same as voting for Clinton in November? Via Bloomberg.
The only way to stop Trump now would be a contested convention. Via The National Review.
If Super Tuesday proved anything, it’s that Bernie’s revolution is too white to win. Via The New Republic.
Photo credit: F-Collective: Pro-Choice Action, Creative Commons, Flickr.
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