This isn't that surprising, but is still worth pointing out:
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal Monday to reinstate a state law requiring girls under age 18 to get parental consent for abortions except under the most dire of medical emergencies.
Without comment, justices let stand a lower court ruling that struck down the Idaho law because its provisions on emergency abortions were too strict.
Mainstream media outlets rarely explain what "without comment" means. It means that the they didn't "grant cert.," which is really to say that fewer than four justices wanted to hear the case. Now, it's not conclusive that the Supreme Court is upholding the Ninth Circuit's ruling -- they could just think that they're not ready to rule on it. But this is a court that has not been shy about making decisions about abortion, and so if four of them had something to say about it, they certainly would have taken it.
To me this means that 6 justices are willing to see a law struck down because it violates Roe. Which is to say that Bush will probably have to get two anti-Roe justices on the bench to see it overturned. I think that would be difficult.