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The future of abortion, always a contentious issue, is up at the Supreme Court on Dec. 1. Arguments are planned challenging Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the court's major decisions over the last half-century that guarantee a woman's right to an abortion nationwide.
J. Scott Applewhite
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Abortion did not become illegal in most states until the mid to late 1800s. But by the 1960s, abortion, like childbirth, had become a safe procedure when performed by a doctor.
I'm so ecstatic to get to spend Friday afternoons with you all on the Pea Green Boat!
In this episode, a writer documents a real life, and in this case, a real glamorous life. Myrna Loy: More than a Movie Star - chapter #9 from Beth Judy's Bold Women in Montana History.
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    Glenn Marangelo
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    As the name suggests, Wasp Mantisflies look a lot like a wasp, but they have the head and front legs of a mantis.
  • Doug Chabot
    Justin Angle
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    A New Angle
    This week’s guest is Doug Chabot, director of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center. He’s put up new climbing routes around the world, rescued countless stranded mountain travelers and built an invaluable community resource at the Avalanche Center.
Service dogs have long helped veterans with vision or mobility problems. Now the PAWS Veterans Therapy Act will help connect specially trained dogs to some veterans with symptoms of traumatic stress.
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