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Ohio State Rep. sees pregnancy after rape as an ‘opportunity’

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Ever since the restrictive abortion ban in Texas went into effect, red states around the country have rushed to follow suit in anticipation of the impending Supreme Court challenge to Roe. Former federal prosecutor Joyce Vance joins Katie Phang to discuss.