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How one state is prepping to be a haven for abortion access
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A new law in Maryland will expand the workforce eligible to perform abortions. Plus, how music festivals are combating drug overdoses.
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The Port of Oakland wants to shorten the stays of shipping containers at its marine terminals.
Drugmaker Eli Lilly will supply the government with another 150,000 doses of its monoclonal antibody to meet short-term demand.
Chinese group faked social media posts against a planned Texas rare-earth metal plant, researchers say
China produces the majority of the world's rare-earth metals. It's likely trying to maintain its control of global production, researchers say.
Maryland is one of 19 states expanding access to abortion by widening the circle of providers, including physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
Often nonprofits and volunteers are left to do the work of providing naloxone kits to attendees.
Crackdowns by Beijing and severe COVID restrictions have undermined its status. Friday marks the anniversary of the transfer of control.