This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 10:09)
Political Drama in North Carolina Over Abortion: State Senate Overrides Democratic Governor’s Veto of Abortion Ban in Strategic Win for Pro-Life Movement
Part II (10:09 – 15:33)
Family Lines Drawn Over Abortion: Granddaughter of Senator Jesse Helms Fights to Undo Grandfather’s Legacy
- NC abortion ban is an extreme extension of my grandfather’s legacy. I’m working to undo it. by USA Today (Ellen Gaddy)
Part III (15:33 – 18:19)
The Pro-Abortion Movement’s Internal Fight Over Strategy — One Debate? Use of the Word ‘Woman’
- Abortion Access Keeps Winning Elections by New York Times (David Leonhardt and Lyna Bentahar)
Part IV (18:19 – 22:18)
JPMorgan Discriminates on the Basis of Religious Beliefs? Nation’s Largest Bank Faces Shareholder Challenge on Cancelling of Religious Accounts
- JPMorgan Targeted by Republican States Over Accusations of Religious Bias by Wall Street Journal (Jathon Sapsford)
Part V (22:18 – 25:28)
Who’s Regulating the Regulators?: Let’s Hold All Responsible Fully Accountable When a Bank Fails
- SVB’s Greg Becker Tells His Story by Wall Street Journal (The Editorial Board)
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