Saturday on PBS News Weekend, with monkeypox cases on the rise, concerns grow over disparities in access to vaccines, testing, and treatment. Then, we look at what's keeping students safe as they return to school. Plus, more people are finding a home in skateboarding as the sport becomes more inclusive. 💻
Moments after the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, NBC News’ Kate Snow moderated a panel on women’s healthcare at the Aspen Ideas: Health festival. Panelists include Dr. Beri Ridgeway, chief of staff at Cleveland Clinic; journalist Maria Shriver; and Dr. Paula Johnson president of Wellesley College. They discuss the consequences of the court’s ruling as it relates to women’s healthcare and the path women now face.
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The impact of overturning Roe will also affect the states where abortion remains legal. “What's going to happen in the immediate aftermath? ..."
Disclaimer: I am not against women's rights, women have the right to want what they are entitled to.
I ran across these articles but, while there are a lot of questions about the future of Social Security, the fact is that it is highly unlikely the program will ever actually run out of money. The federal government founded the Social Security program during the Great Depression. The program provides money to people after they’ve retired.