When the Supreme Court debates the constitutionality of the federal “partial birth abortion” law next month, it will have some sensitive information in its hands that no member of the public can see.

Specifically, the justices will have the full transcript of a 2004 deposition by an Oregon doctor who apparently mentioned the names of colleagues in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists who may have performed abortions.

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