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    Lulu Garcia-Navarro makes the case for learning why people think the way they do

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  • Activists are ready to help women as SCOTUS ends Roe

    03:39
  • Trump calls Georgia election officials ‘stupid’ in documentary clip

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  • With Roe gone, are LGBTQ+ rights next?

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  • 1849 Abortion ban back in effect with Roe v. Wade overturned 

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  • 'Ballot Mule' conspiracy theory gains traction ahead of midterms

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  • At least six GOP lawmakers asked Trump for pardons

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  • 'They’re waking up to a lot of sorrow and horror': Day one of a post-Roe America

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  • 'This is such an enormous step backwards': Sen. Baldwin weighs in on Supreme Court’s Roe decision

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  • Biden and Western Hemisphere leaders announce migration plan

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  • Trump’s former campaign manager to testify at second Jan. 6 hearing

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  • Senate reaches bi-partisan framework for gun bill

    10:17
  • Inflation is high, but we're not in a recession

    03:51
  • Trump’s claims of believing the Big Lie won’t cut it in court

    03:20
  • Law enforcement analyst calls white supremacist groups 'the apparatus of organized hate'

    03:45
  • 'This time might actually be different': Senators reach gun safety framework

    05:32
  • Uvalde School Police Chief defends his delayed response to mass shooting

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  • Gun legislation passed by the House is expected to stall in the Senate

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  • Media Matters president: Jan. 6 hearing ‘dominated’ social media

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  • Trump could face fraud charges for leading the Big Lie

    03:41

Rep. Ayanna Pressley: There’s not one piece of legislation that’s going to undo centuries of hurt. This is going to require bold systemic change.

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The police shooting deaths of 13-year-old Adam Toledo and 20-year-old Daunte Wright are putting a searing spotlight on the way law enforcement interacts with people of color and sparking growing demands for accountability. Massachusetts Democratic Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley joins American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss why “trauma-informed” policy is necessary to enact change.