Abortion ban complications, Quad CEO

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Nurse Cassie Owen demonstrates an ultrasound machine
Nurse Cassie Owen demonstrates an ultrasound machine at the Portico Crisis Pregnancy Center on Jan. 26, 2022, in Murfreesboro, Tenn. States that have passed ever-restrictive abortion laws also have been funneling millions of taxpayer dollars into privately operated clinics that steer women away from abortions but provide little if any health care services. Mark Zaleski/AP Photo

We talk to a doctor about how Wisconsin’s abortion ban is complicating miscarriages and pregnancy issues. Then, we continue our CEO series with the president of the Wisconsin-based company Quad.

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  • How Wisconsin's near-total abortion ban is impacting people with pregnancy complications, miscarriages

    Wisconsin’s near-total ban on abortions is causing delays and denials of care for people with wanted pregnancies who experience complications or miscarriages. We talk to the interim-head of UW Health’s OB/GYN department about what navigating the uncertainty has been like for patients and medical professionals.

  • A conversation with the CEO of Wisconsin printing, marketing company Quad

    WPR has been bringing you conversations with the leaders of some of Wisconsin’s biggest companies. We continue that discussion today with the chairman, president and CEO of the printing and marketing company Quad (formerly known as Quad/Graphics), based in Sussex, Wis.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Dr. Lisa Barroilhet Guest
  • Joel Quadracci Guest