State Senate Democrats and advocates are making a big push to get the contraception coverage act and the reproductive health act passed this year. It comes after a big loss for abortion rights at the U.S. supreme court this week, with the justices declining to hear a challenge to a restrictive Arkansas law. And if the legislature remains divided on the issue, it could become a campaign issue in the fall. We talked about the legislation and where things stand with Andrea Miller, the president of the National Institute for Reproductive Health.