When a high-stakes Supreme Court argument looms, litigants often turn to the heavy-hitting veterans of high court advocacy. Not so for the abortion rights groups who will be fighting the federal Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 before the Court today.

When the pair of cases on the issue is called, staff attorneys Eve Gartner of Planned Parenthood and Priscilla Smith of the Center for Reproductive Rights will rise to the occasion. It’s Gartner’s first high court argument and Smith’s second, but their bosses are confident about sending them into the fray.

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