Friday on the NewsHour, the fate of the Affordable Care Act is in question again, as the Trump administration argues the law is unconstitutional. Plus: Efforts to curtail the surge of coronavirus meet resistance, President Trump’s response to nationwide protests of racial injustice, the push for D.C. statehood, Shields and Brooks, remembering victims of COVID-19 and Black representation in theater.
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News Wrap: Seattle fails to clear protester ‘occupied zone’
What happens if ACA is struck down during pandemic?
In Arizona, a tale of 2 pandemic realities
Trump’s view on police reform, race in the pandemic and ACA
The constitutional and political obstacles to D.C. statehood
Shields and Brooks on Trump’s polls, pandemic health care
Stories of 5 Americans killed by the coronavirus
On Broadway, Black artists push for racial equity
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