Journalists Give Standing Studies on the ‘Personhood’ Debate and the HIV Epidemic
KFF Health News Midwest correspondent Bram Sable-Smith discussed personhood laws in Missouri and beyond on “Texas Standard” and KCUR’s “Kansas City Today” on May 11. He discussed the expansion of personhood laws also on KMOX’s “Total Information AM” on May 8.
- Click here to hear Sable-Smith on Texas Standard
- Click here to hear Sable-Smith on “Kansas City Today”
- Click here to hear Sable-Smith on “Total Information AM”
- Read Sable-Smith’s “Can a Fetus Be an Employee? States Are Testing the Boundaries of Personhood After ‘Dobbs’”
KFF Health News former senior editor Andy Miller discussed access to HIV testing and treatment on WUGA’s “The Georgia Health Report” on May 5.
- Click here to hear Miller on “The Georgia Health Report”
- Read Miller’s “US Officials Want to End the HIV Epidemic by 2030. Many Stakeholders Think They Won’t.”
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