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Sunday, June 12, 2022

“How the Supreme Court’s major climate case could change the course of Biden’s presidency; On its face, the lawsuit is about an environmental regulation; But the decision could have sweeping implications for the power of federal agencies”: John Fritze of USA Today has this report.

And Alex Guillén and Sarah Owermohle of Politico have an article headlined “How SCOTUS’ upcoming climate ruling could defang Washington; A legal fight over the EPA’s power to restrict greenhouse gases offers conservative justices an opportunity to tie the executive branch’s hands on a host of issues — from Covid to net neutrality.”

Posted at 9:44 PM by Howard Bashman

“ShutDownDC group plans ‘blockade’ at Supreme Court with ‘jail support’ on hand; ShutDownDC is planning to ‘blockade’ streets around the Supreme Court in light of a potential decision overturning Roe v. Wade”: Adam Sabes of Fox News has this report.

Alexandra Hutzler of ABC News reports that “Nation’s capital ups police presence ahead of protests, Supreme Court rulings; The high court is expected to release one or more decisions Monday.”

In commentary, Monday’s edition of The Wall Street Journal will contain an editorial titled “The Assault on the Supreme Court; The Justices are especially vulnerable to acts of political violence in these fanatical times.”

And The Washington Post has published an editorial titled “Supreme Court justices should be able to feel safe at home.”

Posted at 9:40 PM by Howard Bashman

“Poland Shows the Risks for Women When Abortion Is Banned; Poland’s abortion ban has had many unintended consequences; One is that doctors are sometimes afraid to remove fetuses or administer cancer treatment to save women’s lives”: Katrin Bennhold and Monika Pronczuk of The New York Times have this report.

Posted at 8:32 PM by Howard Bashman