Caroline Hansen suggests watching John Oliver on 'Last Week Tonight' for a straightforward take on how abortion rights in the U.S. have changed after the Dobbs v. Jackson ruling. Oliver breaks down everything from states banning abortion to the bigger impact this decision has on society and politics.
Ellie Purinton recommends 'Take Care of Maya,' a stirring documentary that traces the Kowalski family's anguish after 10-year-old Maya is diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and the subsequent tragic events that unfold. The film scrutinizes the intersection of medical uncertainty, family rights, and a legal battle that leaves a family shattered and searching for justice.
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