As MoJo explains, The Supreme Court Abortion Pill Case Is Based on Imaginary Patients and Shoddy Science. Apparently (and surprisingly, given the makeup of this Court), SCOTUS wasn’t much more impressed. AP: “The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed likely to preserve access to a medication that was used in nearly two-thirds of all abortions in the U.S. last year, in the court’s first abortion case since conservative justices overturned Roe v. Wade two years ago. In nearly 90 minutes of arguments, a consensus appeared to emerge that the abortion opponents who challenged the FDA’s approval of the medication, mifepristone, and subsequent actions to ease access to it, lack the legal right or standing to sue.”

+ Vox: Even the Supreme Court seems sick of its abortion pills case.

+ The NYT (Gift Article) on Erin Hawley: The Woman Arguing Against the Abortion Pill. She’s the wife of the Jan 6th fist-raising Senator Josh Hawley. “It was 2014, and Erin Morrow Hawley was fighting against the egg-laying hens of Missouri. Specifically, a new requirement that chicken cages have enough space for the hens to stand up, turn around and stretch out.”