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Former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala discusses reproductive rights. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield explains what can be done to mitigate the world's food supply crisis. Jose Ramos and Andrew Myatt discuss a new bill to expand healthcare benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits. Dr. Ashwin Vasan discusses the monkeypox crisis.
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