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Getty Malcolm Brogdon of the Indiana Pacers, who was just traded to the Boston Celtics.

The Boston Celtics are trading for Malcolm Brogdon of the Indiana Pacers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. In the deal, they are sending, big man Daniel Theis, soon-to-be third-year wing Aaron Nesmith, Nik Stauskas, Malik Fitts, Juwan Morgan, and their 2023 1st-Round Pick.

Celtics are also including Nik Stauskas, Malik Fitts and Juwan Morgan in the trade, sources tell ESPN.

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 1, 2022

Wojnarowski followed up his initial reporting by explaining the deal from both teams’ perspectives. The Celtics landed a playmaking point guard, while the Pacers got an extra first-round pick.

“The Celtics wanted to land a true playmaking point guard and now acquire Malcolm Brogdon without costing themselves a core player. The Pacers land another first-round pick in the deal,” Wojnarowski tweeted.

The Celtics wanted to land a true playmaking point guard and now acquire Malcolm Brogdon without costing themselves a core player. The Pacers land another first-round pick in the deal.

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 1, 2022

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Biden to roll out new guidance to universities to protect abortion access in speech marking 100 days since Roe was overturned

US President Joe Biden addresses the nation at the White House in Washington, DC on June 24, 2022 following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade.Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images

President Joe Biden plans to highlight GOP efforts rolling back access to abortion in a speech Tuesday marking 100 days since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade's constitutional right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy.

More than a dozen Republican-led states have effectively banned abortions since the court's Dobbs v. Jackson ruling that gave that authority back to the states, most of which don't allow for exceptions for rape or incest. The changes have impacted nearly 30 million women of reproductive age — 22 million of whom cannot access abortion after six weeks, according to the White House.

"Extreme abortion bans are having consequences that extend beyond abortion, including reports of women being denied access to necessary prescriptions and contraception at pharmacies and on college campuses," Jennifer Klein, director of the White House Gender Policy Council, wrote in a memo ahead of Biden's meeting with his Task Force on Reproductive Healthcare Access.

Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris plan to speak at the event, rolling out new guidelines from the Department of Education reminding universities of their requirements to protect access to abortion as well as $6 million in new grants to protect and expand reproductive services, according to Klein's memo.

The speech comes a month out from the midterm elections where Democrats are at risk of losing control of one or both houses of Congress, giving Biden an opportunity to highlight the administration's work on abortion and essentially campaign for candidates locked in tight races.

Republicans in Congress are already looking to further restrict abortion access. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina introduced a national abortion ban that would have the penalty of jail time for doctors who perform them.


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