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Jennifer Rubin: Women are on their own throughout pregnancy and childbirth in Mississippi

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The anti-choice crusade to control the wombs of women and girls has made its way to the Sunday shows featuring Republican men who will never have to face the traumas of an unwanted pregnancy. Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin joins Joy Reid with her latest piece tackling this anti-abortion hypocrisy, with a particular focus on Mississippi as the 50th-ranked U.S. state for child welfare.