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Alabama's Republican attorney general walked back comments he made suggesting that women in his state who take an abortion pill to end their pregnancy could face criminal charges. National political reporter for The Washington Post, Caroline Kitchener, reports on how the attorney general is now saying that only providers who prescribe the pill could be prosecuted.