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11:10 AM ET, June 25, 2022

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Carl Hulse / New York Times:
Kavanaugh Gave Private Assurances.  Collins Says He ‘Misled’ Her.  —  “Roe is 45 years old, it has been reaffirmed many times, lots of people care about it a great deal,” the justice told the senator, according to notes from a private meeting before his confirmation.
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New York Times:
Elizabeth Warren and Tina Smith: We've Seen What Will Happen Next to America's Women  —  Ms. Warren is a Democratic senator from Massachusetts.  Ms. Smith is a Democratic senator from Minnesota — and the only senator to have worked at Planned Parenthood.  —  The Supreme Court has spoken: Roe is gone.
Politico:
17 Ways the Supreme Court Just Changed America  —  The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade will create two Americas when it comes to abortion access — the mostly red states where abortion is illegal in most circumstances, and the mostly blue states where it is mostly available with restrictions.
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
The lonely chief: How John Roberts lost control of the court  —  As the shock waves spread Friday from the Supreme Court's momentous decision striking down Roe v. Wade, one notable casualty of the ruling became evident: Chief Justice John Roberts.  —  After nearly seven months of deliberations …
Jeannie Suk Gersen / New Yorker:
When the Supreme Court Takes Away a Long-Held Constitutional Right  —  The crude reality of the political machinations involved in overruling Roe v. Wade makes it galling to read the Court's self-portrayal as a picture of proper judicial restraint.  —  We have known for some time that this …
Linda Greenhouse / New York Times:
Requiem for the Supreme Court  —  They did it because they could.  —  It was as simple as that.  —  With the stroke of a pen, Justice Samuel Alito and four other justices, all chosen by Republican presidents running on successive party platforms committed to overturning Roe v. Wade …
Discussion: SCOTUSblog
Chabeli Carrazana / The 19th:
Patients sat in abortion clinic waiting rooms as Roe fell.  They all had to be turned away.  —  Patients were in the lobby, waiting, the moment it became a post-Roe America.  —  The staff at Alamo Women's Reproductive Services Clinic in San Antonio had just received a call from their attorney …
Molly Hennessy-Fiske / Los Angeles Times:   Gasps, tears and fear: Inside a Texas abortion clinic the moment Roe was overturned
adflegal.org:
Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization
Discussion: The Hill and National Review
Molly Roberts / Washington Post:   My pregnancy was unlucky. My abortion wasn't.
Christopher F. Schuetze / New York Times:   Germany Ends Ban on Abortion Advertisement
Tom Nichols / The Atlantic:
They Really Did It  —  This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that guides …
Washington Post:
The Dobbs decision looks to history to rescind Roe
Discussion: New York Times and Slate
Ed Kilgore / New York Magazine:
No, Trump, God Didn't Overturn Roe v. Wade. You did.
Isabella Simonetti / New York Times:   The decision to overturn Roe could have economic ramifications.
Kevin Robillard / HuffPost:
‘Vote For Democrats’ Is Not Enough In A Post-Roe America
Shawna Chen / Axios:
California, Washington and Oregon launch “West Coast offense” to protect abortion rights  —  California, Washington and Oregon are launching a “West Coast offense” to protect reproductive rights following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the states' Democratic governors announced Friday.
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Washington Post:
Many states with anti-abortion laws have pro-choice majorities
Discussion: The Daily Beast, Cafe Hayek and NPR
Jacob Knutson / Axios:
AG Garland says states can't ban FDA-approved abortion pills
Orlando Sentinel:   Abortion ruling emphasizes Latinas' need for access to reproductive health care
Shannon Pettypiece / NBC News:
Biden signs landmark gun legislation: 'God willing, it's going to save a lot of lives'  —  ‘Lives will be saved’: President Biden signs landmark gun legislation into law  —  President Joe Biden signed into law the most sweeping legislation aimed at preventing gun violence in 30 years …
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Paul Kane / Washington Post:
Supreme Court steps into a void left by congressional dysfunction  —  Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) paused for 10 seconds as he pondered whether the Supreme Court had simply become a more powerful branch of government than Congress.  —  Finally, the former constitutional law professor came to a verdict.
CNN:
Oslo shooting near gay bar investigated as terrorism, as Pride parade is canceled  —  (CNN)Oslo's annual Pride parade was canceled on Saturday following a deadly shooting at a gay bar that Norwegian police are investigating as a possible terrorist attack.  —  Two people were killed …
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Amy Russo / The Providence Journal:
Hundreds rally for abortion rights at RI State House; chaos erupts within crowd  —  PROVIDENCE — Hundreds of protesters demonstrated outside the State House on Friday, voicing rage, fear and resistance to the U.S. Supreme Court decision to end the constitutional right to abortion.
HuffPost:
Truck Driver Rams Into Abortion Rights Demonstrators At Roe Rally In Iowa  —  A victim told HuffPost that the agitated driver careened into protesters on purpose in downtown Cedar Rapids.  At least one person was hospitalized.  —  A truck driver careened into a group of demonstrators in Cedar Rapids …
Discussion: CNN, CBS News, BizPac Review and TheBlaze
Bryan Schott / Salt Lake Tribune:
GOP lawmaker says she trusts Utah women to control their ‘intake of semen’ as abortion trigger law goes into effect  —  Utah Senate President Stuart Adams said he would support the Supreme Court also reconsidering same-sex marriage.  —  Republican lawmakers and Utah politicos celebrated …
Discussion: Raw Story and Mock Paper Scissors
Will Sommer / The Daily Beast:
QAnon Creator ‘Q’ Returns After Nearly Two-Year Hiatus  —  In a surprise move, Q returns to tease a new “game” in cryptic posts.  —  The anonymous message board user known as “Q,” whose cryptic announcements spawned the fascist pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy theory, has returned to posting after a nearly two-year hiatus.
Discussion: Raw Story
CNN:
Suspected Russian spy was well-liked by classmates, but something just seemed a little off  —  Washington (CNN)Victor Muller's accent just didn't sound right.  —  The man now alleged to be a Russian spy was studying at the prestigious Johns Hopkins' School of Advanced International Studies …
 
 
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Paul Bedard / Washington Examiner:
White House Report Card: Biden could get bounce from Dobbs
Adam Gabbatt / The Guardian:
Group aims to strip Fox News of ad revenue over ‘fueling next insurrection’
Ronald Brownstein / The Atlantic:
America Is Growing Apart, Possibly for Good
The Guardian:
A Florida power company didn't like a journalist's commentary. Its consultants had him followed
Grid News:
It's not just period trackers: The post-Roe digital data dragnet is bigger than you think
Discussion: STAT
 Earlier Items: 
J. Joel Alicea / City Journal:
An Originalist Victory  —  The Supreme Court's Dobbs ruling is a tremendous success …
Tara Palmeri / Puck:
The Media Braces for Its Second Trump Marriage
Betsy Woodruff Swan / Politico:
Trump greenlights Russia-related records access for conservative-favored journalist
Discussion: Raw Story
Rebecca Traister / The Cut:
The Necessity of Hope  —  Things are bad.  They will get worse.  But despair has never been an option.