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The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday reinstated an 1864 law banning nearly all abortions in the state.

Stephen Colbert called it “a law so old it was passed before women had the right to vote.”

“To which the Arizona Supreme Court responded, ‘Don’t worry, we’ll work on it next.’ » -STEPHEN COLBERT

The state dinner at the White House in honor of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida also caught the attention of the hosts.

“You know Joe Biden, his state dinners are a little different than usual. For one, they start at 4:30 p.m. and you can only get in if you have a Groupon. -JIMMY KIMMEL

“The musical entertainment for the event was Paul Simon, which is… it’s a good idea. It’s big. Trump was lucky to be able to invite the surviving members of O-Town to one of his state dinners, but Japan was treated to an evening of Simon & Joefunkel.” -JIMMY KIMMEL

“Yes, Biden got to dine with a performance by Paul Simon. Meanwhile, Kamala Harris had to have lunch with Art Garfunkel. -JIMMY FALLON

“So of course, Paul Simon belted out his old hit, ‘Me and Fumio Down by the Schoolyard.'” -STEPHEN COLBERT

Vampire Weekend performed their new song “Mary Boone” on Wednesday’s “Daily Show.”

The Norwegian singer-songwriter in red is the musical guest on Thursday’s “Tonight Show.”

The Indigo Girls have opened their archives for “It’s Only Life After All,” a new documentary about the folk-rock music duo’s career.

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