Carnegie-Knight News21 is a national reporting initiative, headquartered at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, which brings top journalism students from across the country to report and produce in-depth, multimedia projects for major media outlets, such as The Washington Post, NBC News and USA Today.
“America After Roe” examines how the monumental decision has gone beyond abortion bans and courthouse battles to more broadly affect health care, culture, policy and people. As a News21 fellow, I traveled to upstate New York and northeastern Connecticut to report on religious refusal policies in Catholic hospitals. 

Catholic hospital mergers threaten access to reproductive care – even in abortion ‘safe havens’

Birth center closure could stress health care in area dominated by Catholic hospitals

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