How Arizonans are reacting to state's near-total abortion ban : Here & Now Anytime A doctor who provides abortion care in Phoenix discusses the court ruling that allows an almost total abortion ban to go into effect in the state. Republican state Rep. David Cook, who supported the state's 15-week ban, explains why he thinks the court got this ruling wrong. Then, Will Freeman, fellow for Latin American Studies at the Council for Foreign Relations, explains what Ecuador's raid of a Mexican embassy means for diplomatic norms in the future. And, Democrat Dakota Adams — the son of Stewart Rhodes, founder of the far-right extremist Oath Keepers — tells us about his campaign for a seat in the Montana state Senate.

How Arizonans are reacting to state's near-total abortion ban

How Arizonans are reacting to state's near-total abortion ban

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A doctor who provides abortion care in Phoenix discusses the court ruling that allows an almost total abortion ban to go into effect in the state. Republican state Rep. David Cook, who supported the state's 15-week ban, explains why he thinks the court got this ruling wrong.

Then, Will Freeman, fellow for Latin American Studies at the Council for Foreign Relations, explains what Ecuador's raid of a Mexican embassy means for diplomatic norms in the future.

And, Democrat Dakota Adams — the son of Stewart Rhodes, founder of the far-right extremist Oath Keepers — tells us about his campaign for a seat in the Montana state Senate.

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