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1996-02-27

Today’s Primary States: North and South Dakota and Arizona

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North and South Dakota’s Civil Rights Discrimination Issues, i.e. Gay rights and abortion rights
Segment Subjects (keywords for the segment): abortion, lesbian and gay rights, North and South Dakota ACLU, governor, Rapid City, same sex marriage ban, anti-abortion, pro-choice governor, Minnesota border, local doctor unavailable, harassment, state legislature, consent, rural
Guest Names: Barry Wick, Activist from S. Dakota (FACES – Free Americans Creating Equal Status – Lesbian and Gay Rights Group in Rapids City, S. Dakota; Jane Bovart of the Fargo Women’s Health Assoc. the only abortion provider in the state of N. Dakota. Does not use local doctors.

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