Thursday, Nov 8 2018 8:54 AM full issue Both Alabama and West Virginia voters approved measures that alter the abortion protections in their state constitutions. West Virginia residents also voted to cut off Medicaid funding for abortions and set a jail sentence of three to 10 years for anyone who performs or receives the procedure. The Washington Post: Here’s How Abortion Rights Played Out In Midterm Elections Across The Country Politico: Here Come The Roe V. Wade Challenges The Hill: Alabama, W.Va. Voters Approve Anti-Abortion Amendments The New York Times: With Republican Gains In Senate, Social Conservatives Tighten Their Grip And from the White House — The Hill: Trump Says He Has ‘Solution’ To Abortion Debate This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.