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On todays “Problematic Women” we talk with three strong problematic women about the effect COVID-19 is having universities, abortion clinics, and your bank account.
Mallory Quigley, vice president of Communications at Susan B. Anthony List, explains why abortion clinics are fighting to stay open during COVID-19. College senior Samantha Renck discusses finishing college online and what COVID-19 might mean for graduation ceremonies all over the country.
Plus: Romina Boccia, director of the Grover M. Hermann Center for the Federal Budget at The Heritage Foundation, joins us to discuss what is actually in the CARES Act and what it means for you.
Finally, we crown a young new internet star as our Problematic Woman of the Week – you don’t want to miss this one!
Don’t forget to Tweet @DailySignal this week using the #ProblematicWomen with a creative meal you made and how it turn out. Bonus if you include a photo! We can’t wait to see what you made and read your tweets on the show!
Enjoy the show!
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