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Planned Parenthood President On Supreme Court Abortion Ruling

NPR Monday, 29 June 2020
Planned Parenthood President Alexis McGill Johnson speaks to NPR's Steve Inskeep about the Supreme Court decision striking down a restrictive Louisiana abortion law.
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