Will America Choose Choice? “President Joe Biden promised Tuesday that the first bill he sends to Capitol Hill next year will be one that codifies Roe v. Wade — if Democrats control enough seats in Congress for Biden to sign abortion protections into law.” Biden vows abortion legislation as top priority next year. (It’s a worrying sign that voters need to be reminded that this is a big issue.)

+ Fog Cutter: “Her doctor suggested low doses of naltrexone, a generic drug typically used to treat alcohol and opioid addiction. After more than two years of living in ‘a thick, foggy cloud,’ she said, ‘I can actually think clearly.'” Addiction drug shows promise lifting long COVID brain fog, fatigue.

+ Florida, The Series:What is wrong with this state, man? Voter fraud? Y’all said anybody with a felony could vote, man.” Ron DeSantis used confusion about a changed voting law to make some very public arrests to continue his habit of putting on show, regardless of who gets hurt.

+ Do Your Kids Have Gas? The latest app your teen will be talking about is called Gas. It’s “an anonymous app that prompts teens to say nice things about each other. Last week, it became the No. 1 free social app in the App Store.” (Once my kids see I’ve written about it, they’ll never use it.)

+ Rat Race: “They have been trained since birth for this vital work. And for every land mine they find, during training and in the field, they’re rewarded with a delectable mash of bananas and avocados, or maybe a few peanuts.” These highly trained rats have sniffed out 150,000 explosives.

+ I Have a Glute Bridge in Brooklyn to Sell to You: NYT (Gift Article): The Fight for the Soul of Pilates. “The fight started on social media more than a year ago and has since moved to federal court. At issue is who has the right to share certain vintage photographs of the barrel-chested Mr. Pilates, who died in 1967 at age 83, as well as key materials related to his highly specific teachings.” (I suggest a bend but don’t break defense.)