The leaked draft U.S. Supreme Court opinion overruling Roe v. Wade in a Mississippi anti-abortion challenge triggered wide speculation about other potentially at-risk precedents, such as same-sex marriage. But birth control?

Consider one front-page headline following a Sunday news show: “Mississippi governor doesn’t rule out banning contraception if Roe falls.” Would the U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority uphold such a law? Would that be a trip too far even for Justice Clarence Thomas?