Video Voices: What's missing in the fight over Planned Parenthood
A client at the Sacramento clinic on what's really at stake in the battle over Planned Parenthood. Video commentary for The Sacramento Bee Opinion section reported by Shawn Hubler, produced by Erika Smith
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