Pandemic Opens A New Front In The Battle Over Abortion Access Should abortion count as an essential medical service during the coronavirus outbreak? States disagree, prompting court fights. And lawmakers differ on what a fourth round of rescue legislation should look like. This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and national correspondent Sarah McCammon.
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Pandemic Opens A New Front In The Battle Over Abortion Access

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Pandemic Opens A New Front In The Battle Over Abortion Access

Pandemic Opens A New Front In The Battle Over Abortion Access

Pandemic Opens A New Front In The Battle Over Abortion Access

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Should abortion count as an essential medical service during the coronavirus outbreak? States disagree, prompting court fights. And lawmakers differ on what a fourth round of rescue legislation should look like.

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