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Everything should work. Headlines that do not appear to have changed are resulting in different MD5 hashes and being duplicated in database. I will fix that at some point.

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article info:

article_id
12b87dfe-4c03-538b-8ef5-44cde5a6e106
pub_date
2022-07-11 20:45:59
section_name
Opinion
document_type
article
web_uri
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/11/opinion/post-roe-health-care-event.html

history:

version: 2022-07-12 03:45:04
What​ Will​ Post-Roe​ Medical​ Care​ Look​ Like?​ A​ Times​ Event
Monday, July 11, 2022
The​ Opinion​ podcast​ host​ Lulu​ Garcia-Navarro​ explores​ the​ future​ of​ reproductive​ health​ care​ in​ a​ virtual​ event​ on​ July​ 21.
When​ the​ Supreme​ Court​ overturned​ Roe​ v.​ Wade​ in​ June,​ eliminating​ the​ constitutional​ right​ to​ abortion,​ medical​ providers​ were​ faced​ with​ a​ complex​ patchwork​ of​ state-level​ abortion​ bans​ and​ prohibitions.​ In​ Arizona,​ medical​ workers​ wondered​ if​ a​ century-old​ law​ banning​ almost​ all​ abortions​ and​ punishing​ providers​ with​ prison​ time​ meant​ that​ they​ should​ stop​ the​ procedures.​ In​ Wisconsin,​ a​ district​ attorney​ said​ he​ would​ not​ prosecute​ abortion​ cases​ after​ an​ 1849​ state​ law​ banning​ them​ took​ effect.
word count: 211
version: 2022-07-12 19:45:05
What​ Will​ Post-Roe​ Medical​ Care​ Look​ Like?​ A​ Times​ Event
Monday, July 11, 2022
The​ Opinion​ podcast​ host​ Lulu​ Garcia-Navarro​ explores​ the​ future​ of​ reproductive​ health​ care​ in​ a​ virtual​ event​ on​ July​ 21.
When​ the​ Supreme​ Court​ overturned​ Roe​ v.​ Wade​ in​ June,​ eliminating​ the​ constitutional​ right​ to​ abortion,​ medical​ providers​ were​ faced​ with​ a​ complex​ patchwork​ of​ state-level​ abortion​ bans​ and​ prohibitions.​ In​ Arizona,​ medical​ workers​ wondered​ if​ a​ century-old​ law​ banning​ almost​ all​ abortions​ and​ punishing​ providers​ with​ prison​ time​ meant​ that​ they​ should​ stop​ the​ procedures.​ In​ Wisconsin,​ a​ district​ attorney​ said​ he​ would​ not​ prosecute​ abortion​ cases​ after​ an​ 1849​ state​ law​ banning​ them​ took​ effect.
word count: 212
version: 2022-07-16 19:45:08
What​ Will​ Post-Roe​ Medical​ Care​ Look​ Like?​ A​ Times​ Event
Monday, July 11, 2022
The​ Opinion​ podcast​ host​ Lulu​ Garcia-Navarro​ explores​ the​ future​ of​ reproductive​ health​ care​ in​ a​ virtual​ event​ on​ July​ 21.
When​ the​ Supreme​ Court​ overturned​ Roe​ v.​ Wade​ in​ June,​ eliminating​ the​ constitutional​ right​ to​ abortion,​ medical​ providers​ were​ faced​ with​ a​ complex​ patchwork​ of​ state-level​ abortion​ bans​ and​ prohibitions.​ In​ Arizona,​ medical​ workers​ wondered​ if​ a​ century-old​ law​ banning​ almost​ all​ abortions​ and​ punishing​ providers​ with​ prison​ time​ meant​ that​ they​ should​ stop​ the​ procedures.​ In​ Wisconsin,​ a​ district​ attorney​ said​ he​ would​ not​ prosecute​ abortion​ cases​ after​ an​ 1849​ state​ law​ banning​ them​ took​ effect.
word count: 229
version: 2022-07-18 19:45:04
What​ Will​ Post-Roe​ Medical​ Care​ Look​ Like?​ A​ Times​ Event
Monday, July 11, 2022
The​ Opinion​ podcast​ host​ Lulu​ Garcia-Navarro​ explores​ the​ future​ of​ reproductive​ health​ care​ in​ a​ virtual​ event​ on​ July​ 21.
When​ the​ Supreme​ Court​ overturned​ Roe​ v.​ Wade​ in​ June,​ eliminating​ the​ constitutional​ right​ to​ abortion,​ medical​ providers​ were​ faced​ with​ a​ complex​ patchwork​ of​ state-level​ abortion​ bans​ and​ prohibitions.​ In​ Arizona,​ medical​ workers​ wondered​ if​ a​ century-old​ law​ banning​ almost​ all​ abortions​ and​ punishing​ providers​ with​ prison​ time​ meant​ that​ they​ should​ stop​ the​ procedures.​ In​ Wisconsin,​ a​ district​ attorney​ said​ he​ would​ not​ prosecute​ abortion​ cases​ after​ an​ 1849​ state​ law​ banning​ them​ took​ effect.
word count: 244
version: 2022-07-21 03:45:05
What​ Will​ Post-Roe​ Medical​ Care​ Look​ Like?​ A​ Times​ Event
Monday, July 11, 2022
The​ Opinion​ podcast​ host​ Lulu​ Garcia-Navarro​ explores​ the​ future​ of​ reproductive​ health​ care​ in​ a​ virtual​ event​ on​ July​ 21.
When​ the​ Supreme​ Court​ overturned​ Roe​ v.​ Wade​ in​ June,​ eliminating​ the​ constitutional​ right​ to​ abortion,​ medical​ providers​ were​ faced​ with​ a​ complex​ patchwork​ of​ state-level​ abortion​ bans​ and​ prohibitions.​ In​ Arizona,​ medical​ workers​ wondered​ if​ a​ century-old​ law​ banning​ almost​ all​ abortions​ and​ punishing​ providers​ with​ prison​ time​ meant​ that​ they​ should​ stop​ the​ procedures.​ In​ Wisconsin,​ a​ district​ attorney​ said​ he​ would​ not​ prosecute​ abortion​ cases​ after​ an​ 1849​ state​ law​ banning​ them​ took​ effect.
word count: 253

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