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Saturday July 2nd, 2022 morning edition

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As Ohio restricts abortions, 10-year-old girl travels to Indiana for procedure.

The Indiana General Assembly will convene in a special session July 25 when it will discuss restrictio ns to abortion policy along with inflation relief.

Ohio abortion update: Ohio Supreme Court rejects attempt to immediately block six-week abortion ban.

Abortion ban election impact: After Roe v Wade overturned, Ohio Democrats shift message to abortion, GOP to economy.

But for now, the procedure still is legal in Indiana.

And so the girl soon was on her way to Indiana to Bernard's care.

In the past week, they have doubled the number of patients they treat for a complete procedure, accepting many referrals from their Ohio counterpart. »

How Much Health Insurers Pay for Almost Everything Is About to Go Public

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As of July 1, health insurers and self-insured employers must post on websites just about every price they’ve negotiated with providers for health care services, item by item.

The federally required data release could affect future prices or even how employers contract for health care.

Many will see for the first time how well their insurers are doing compared with others. »

Impeach Clarence Thomas Petition Hits 700k Signatures Week Since Roe Ruling

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The petition calling for the impeachment of Justice Clarence Thomas has garnered 700,000 signatures only after a week since the historic abortion ruling on Roe v. Wade.

The petition didn't initially mention the ruling and instead focused on the January 6 Capitol insurrection.

"Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas— who sided with the majority on overturning Roe— made it clear what's next: to overturn high court rulings that establish gay rights and contraception rights.". »

School's out forever: Arizona moves "to kill public education" with new universal voucher law

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"The Republican universal voucher system is designed to kill public education," tweeted former Arizona House Rep. Diego Rodriguez.

For years, SOS Arizona says, their state has been treated as a "laboratory for predatory national privatizers" of education.

When the Network for Public Education graded states' commitment to public education in a "report card" earlier this year, Arizona came in last. »

EA criticised for appearing to mock people who ‘only like single-player games’

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Electronic Arts has received a hugely negative response to a tweet appearing to mock people who “only like playing single-player games”.

Jacksepticeye, the Irish YouTuber with nearly 30 million subscribers, wrote: “They’re a 10 but thought this tweet was a good idea.”.

Upcoming single-player games from EA include a Jedi sequel, a new Dragon Age title and a Dead Space remake. »