A nurse called police after a Black woman miscarried—there's a history to that
January 29, 20245 min read1036 words
Published: January 29, 2024  |  5 min read1036 words
Brittany Watts celebrated with supporters earlier this month after a grand jury declined to indict her on a felony charge for how she handled an at-home miscarriage. Sue Ogrocki/AP Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news t...
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The article demonstrates thorough research, including details from Watts’ medical records and interviews, and connects individual experiences to larger societal and legal trends. The piece also includes a historical context and analysis of healthcare providers' roles in reporting self-managed abortions, demonstrating a deep investigation into a single topic with significant public interest.
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