In this clip, you hear a judge asking Barnes to identify some legal precedent that involves the “law and circumstances of neighboring states to assess whether there’s an undue burden.”  The judge asks this question because throughout  Barnes’s oral argument, he asserts that the availability of abortion clinics in bordering states—and the fact that many women in Mississippi already utilize those facilities rather than the Jackson Women’s Health Organization—minimizes the concern that women face an undue burden in accessing abortion.  The judge calls the state’s argument “slippery,” noting that it may lead to a legal landscape where rights vary depending on the neighboring states.