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After a Texas woman was charged with murder for what officials say was a “self-induced abortion,” the district attorney for Starr County Texas is moving to dismiss the case. Law professor Stephen Vladeck discusses the chilling effect this case could have on legal access to abortion in Texas.

And, just over a year after forming President Trump left office, voters and historians alike are taking stock of his time in the White House. Historian Julian Zelizer talks about his new book, “The Presidency of Donald J. Trump.”

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