There's an interesting article in the LA Times on how the text of the Roe v. Wade decision came to be. In a rare occurrence, the article also discusses how Doe v. Bolton has affected our nation's abortion law landscape.
Before you read the article guess which Supreme Court justice in the time of Roe said, "There is no absolute right to do with one's body what you like." Here's a hint - it wasn't Rehnquist.
HT: STR blog
Planned Parenthood now officially opposes the nomination of John Roberts. They've obviously opposed Roberts' nomination since the get go but have acted like they were carefully looking over documents to come to a well-thought out position. If I was a pro-choice feminist, I'd be wondering, "What took you so long? The game is almost done."
Nathan Sheets attended a Students for Choice meeting at Williamette University.
Dana Stevens at Slate seems peeved that a character on Fox's new show Reunion didn't go thru with an abortion.