The Lisa Madigan/Supreme Court speculation continues, thanks to a Slate survey that lists her as one of 22 potential nominees to replace retiring Justice John Paul Stevens. In an interview with the Sun-Times' Abdon Pallasch over the weekend, the Attorney General downplayed her chances but said "it's flattering to even be mentioned as someone who might be considered." Pallasch, however, predicts that she would face little resistance if nominated. While pro-choice, she has backed Illinois' abortion parental notification law, arguing that local officials must enforce the state statute. "[Conservatives] can criticize her for being the daughter of a powerful politician," Pallasch adds, "but they won't be able to point to any scandals in the attorney general's office under her tenure."