“Use of abortion pills has been rising in the U.S. since 2000 when the Food and Drug Administration approved mifepristone — the main drug used in medication abortions. More than half of U.S. abortions are now done with pills, rather than surgery … The FDA last year lifted a long-standing requirement that women pick up abortion pills in person. Mail delivery is also now allowed nationwide.” Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills.

+ Here’s a sentence from Ron Brownstein worth reading twice: “The fundamental divide in our politics today is between those voters and places most comfortable with the demographic and cultural changes remaking 21st-century America and those most hostile to them—what I’ve called the Democratic ‘coalition of transformation’ and the Republican ‘coalition of restoration.'” As Brownstein explains in The Altantic: “A decision overturning Roe v. Wade—especially on the sweeping grounds in Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion that was leaked to Politico—would sharpen the confrontation between these two coalitions.” And it’s already as sharp as a razor’s edge.