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- Arizona youth have more access to mental health care under Jake's Law, but barriers persist
- Post-Roe landscape could further stress America’s crumbling child care system
- GOP talking point suggests birth control not at risk. Evidence suggests otherwise.
- Proof points: Researchers say cries of teacher 'shortages' are overblown
- Spiraling rents are wreaking havoc on college students seeking housing for fall
- Patients & doctors trapped in gray zone when abortion laws, emergency care mandate conflict
- People try to put us down: Abortion's generational divide runs deep in GOP
- Volunteer networks in Mexico aid at-home abortions without involving doctors or clinics. They’re coming to Texas.
- En México, voluntarios ayudan con abortos en casa, sin médico. Este modelo ha llegado a Texas.
- Biden signs executive order supporting travel for abortions
- Kyrsten Sinema, 3 other senators unveil bipartisan bill ensuring nationwide abortion rights
- Bill guaranteeing right to birth control blocked in U.S. Senate by Republican
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