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News Clips | June 25-27, 2022

Utah's new abortion ban could worsen the state's OB-GYN shortage

Utah is facing an OB-GYN shortage, and doctors say the state's new abortion ban could make it even harder to recruit new talent.

Will The End Of Roe V. Wade Influence In What States Women Decide To Go To University?

After the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that guaranteed the right to an abortion, a so-called “trigger law” in Texas went into effect, setting off a 30-day countdown to make abortion illegal.

Utah women make their voices—and stories—heard on third day of abortion rights protests

Hundreds gather at the Utah Capitol for the second rally in three days since the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark reversal of Roe v. Wade.

The end of Roe v. Wade has huge economic implications for male partners, too

There’s a mounting body of evidence on how having or being denied an abortion affects pregnant people, including impacts on their mental health and the finances of them and their children.

Steven Ridge and Ross Ford: An electrification mandate for Utah homes would be a bad idea

Forcing all-electric homes would lead to more emissions, higher costs and fewer energy options.

How Bad Is It Really to Never Deep Clean Your Bathroom?

With all the foot traffic they get, public restrooms are ridiculously dirty. It's why you never touch the faucet without a tissue in hand or opt to push the door open with your hip.

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