Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Restrictions

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The Supreme Court handed down a decision that could limit states’ rights to regulate abortion for years to come. In a 5-3 decision Monday, the justices struck down Texas’ strict anti-abortion laws. What happens next?

Also, laws similar to those in Texas have led to abortion clinic closures in many other states and to a rise in women performing their own abortions, often using a drug which was originally developed to treat ulcers.

Then, investigators are still trying to figure out exactly what happened when violence broke out Sunday at a white supremacist rally in Sacramento. What is known is that the rally was planned by a white nationalist group called the Traditionalist Workers Party, and the group’s leader, Matthew Heimbach, is being called the new face of the white supremacy movement.

Next, how the NRA managed to shift the gun conversation from hunters’ rights to self-defense.

And finally, the BET Awards got political Sunday, and NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says it’s about time.