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The U.S. Supreme Court this morning overturned Roe v. Wade. Our Friday NewsCap panelists discuss what that means for Arizona — and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema on her efforts to pass bipartisan gun reforms. That and more on The Show.

OB/Gyn chair
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade on June 24, setting the stage for some states to enact restrictions on access to abortion. Here's what is important to know about abortion in Arizona right now based on interviews with health and policy experts.
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Pregnancy-related deaths in Arizona and across the country are on the rise. Lawmakers are pushing to expand Medicaid coverage for post-partum women to help bring those numbers down. Plus, a Phoenix Art Museum exhibit explores the significant history of lowriders in desert culture. That and more on The Show.

Betsy Peterson girl on football team
June 23 marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX. To help mark the occasion, artist and educator Betsy Schneider, who's working on a project called, “Best Girl on the Team,” which documents 50 women who have played on men’s teams.
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Maricopa County voters may have the chance to extend a sales tax for transportation this fall. The new head of Valley Metro on the importance of getting the measure on the ballot and approved in November. And a recent Arizona medical school graduate gets ready to start her residency. That and more on The Show.

Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers
The latest Jan. 6 hearing on Tuesday in Washington, D.C., shined an even brighter spotlight on Arizona. Seated before the House Select Committee, Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers wore a dark suit, a white shirt with a blue tie and half-moon eyeglasses balanced on the end of his nose.
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Home prices are slowing a bit, but are still too high for many potential buyers to get into the market. Our housing series continues with one family’s story of looking for a new place to live. And we dive into sneaker culture — and why some Scottsdale clubs may be screening based on your Air Jordans. That and more on The Show. 

Many Worlds Phoenix Air Jordan low
Sneakerheads will spend hundreds on the latest sneakers. But a recent story from Cronkite News found that those retro basketball sneakers can keep you out of many of Scottsdale's most popular nightclubs.
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The state’s fiscal year ends in a little more than a week. Will lawmakers come up with a new budget before that? Plus, Arizona music legends Calexico on their new album and being back on the road. That and more on The Show.

money on a table
The state’s fiscal year ends at midnight June 30, which means lawmakers have, including weekends, 11 days to pass a new state budget.

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