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GOP Bill Would Roll Back Obama’s Ban On States Defunding Planned Parenthood

KHN Morning Briefing

Because the measure, which was sent to the House floor on Tuesday, is being moved through a law that allows Congress to rescind recently finalized rules, the bill cannot be filibustered in the Senate, raising its odds for success. Media outlets report on women’s health news out of Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas as well.

Florida Bill Would Allow Women To Sue Doctor 10 Years After Abortion

KHN Morning Briefing

The measure letting patients file suit for physical or emotional injuries from an abortion could impact doctors’ liability insurance. Meanwhile, other women’s reproductive health news stories come from California, Iowa and Connecticut.

As White America Comes Out Of Shadows On Opioid Abuse, People Of Color Remain Hidden

KHN Morning Briefing

More and more, white Americans are putting faces to the opioid epidemic through explicit obituaries, interviews and letters to lawmakers. However, blacks, Latinos, Asians, and Native Americans are noticeably absent, which represents a larger trend with the crisis itself. Meanwhile, the Affordable Care Act helped expand treatment for substance abuse, and some worry what will happen if the law is dismantled.