First, we talk with the Rockford Family Planning Foundation president about a clinic with abortion services opening near the Wisconsin border. Then, we hear a political scientist’s take on Tuesday’s primary election results and what it means for state politics and the November general election.
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Reproductive rights advocates inch closer to opening Rockford clinic
Reproductive rights advocates are opening a clinic with abortion services just miles from the Wisconsin border in Rockford. Nearly seven weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned federal abortion protections, we speak with the foundation president about what is available and what’s next.
Wisconsin primary election results
Voters in Wisconsin’s partisan primary on Tuesday determined the candidates for governor, lieutenant governor, one of the state’s U.S. Senate seats and more. A political scientist offers analysis on the races and the issues, including inflation and abortion access.
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