Your Nightly Need to Know 5/18/12

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Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius was heckled by an anti-choice protester during her commencement speech at Georgetown University. (CBS News)

On the final day of their legislative session, Missouri lawmakers passed a bill allowing all employers to refuse to provide birth control coverage based on religious or moral objections. (St. Louis Today)

A blogger spends a week as an abortion fund hotline volunteer. (RH Reality Check)

Legendary activist Dolores Huerta will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. (Daily Beast)

Are the increasing restrictions on birth control cause for concern? Obviously. (Chicago Now)

What a late-term abortion ban would mean for D.C. women. (Washington Post)





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