In advance of 62 Days' April 15 premier on World Channel's Reel South, Rewire.News spoke with the filmmaker about Marlise Muñoz's case and the impact of pregnancy exclusion laws.
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While reading the guide, I found myself wishing that I had possessed this book not only when I had been in my teens and first sexually active, but also as a mother.
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