“Justice Stephen Breyer, in an opinion joined by rest of the court’s liberal wing, wrote that the Louisiana law would make it ‘impossible for many women to obtain a safe, legal abortion in the State and [impose] substantial obstacles on those who could.’ Roberts, in a separate concurring opinion, disagreed with the liberal justices’ reasoning but said he was bound by the precedent the court set just four years ago when it rejected a similar law in Texas.” (This was basically the exact same case brought again, in the hopes that the new court makeup would result in a different outcome.) Politico: Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion law.

+ Supreme Court won’t stop scheduled federal executions.