PBS NewsHour full episode, June 21, 2022

Tuesday on the NewsHour, state officials testified before the Jan. 6 committee on how former President Trump pressured them to overturn 2020 election results. Then, the Texas Department of Public Safety castigates local law enforcement for its slow response to the Uvalde school shooting. Plus, women describe life before Roe v. Wade and what it would mean if the landmark decision is overturned.

What we learned on Day 4 of Jan. 6 committee hearings
Election workers face threats after Trump’s election lies
News Wrap: Multiple states hold primary, runoff elections
Top Texas cop says Uvalde police response ‘abject failure’
Supreme Court backs using public funds for religious schools
Women reflect on what life was like before Roe v. Wade
Future of cryptocurrencies in question after plunge in value

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00:00 – Introduction
02:41 – What we learned on Day 4 of Jan. 6 committee hearings
15:51 – Election workers face threats after Trump’s election lies
23:41 – News Wrap
28:37 – Searching for Answers
34:58 – Church & State
40:37 – The End of Roe?
49:24 – Crypto’s Plunge

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