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WBFO Brief Monday March 13, 2023

Hear Gov. Kathy Hochul say, "Pharmacies have become the new battleground", in abortion rights in NYS. Also Ontario will miss some health care goals, and it's making for backlash against Premier Doug Ford.

Also, hear from District Attorney John Flynn on the lack of charges in a stabbing death at the University at Buffalo, and two more candidates want to run for Buffalo Common Council in the Ellicott District.

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