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Video Round Up
SCOTUS Takes Up Texas HB 2; LARC Use on the Rise
In today's clips, NBC Justice Correspondent Pete Williams breaks down what likely would happen if the Supreme Court upholds or strikes down parts of a Texas antiabortion-rights law. Elsewhere, NBC News Medical Contributor Natalie Azar, a physician, discusses the increase in long-acting reversible contraception use among U.S. women. Watch the video
LARC Uptake Increasing Among U.S. Women; Which States Cover Postpartum LARC Provision
In today's graphics, we look at the nationwide reach of a Supreme Court case that could threaten women's access to affordable health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. We also spotlight the spread of 20-week and telemedicine abortion bans in the states. Read more
At A Glance
"Th[e] lawsuit, like several others before it, is a well orchestrated assault on the right of women to control their bodies, and thus the course of their own lives, by deciding if and when they will have a child."
— A New York Times editorial, urging the Supreme Court to uphold the federal contraceptive coverage rules' accommodation for not-for-profits that hold themselves out as religious and oppose contraception Read more