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Editor's Note: WSJ Editorial Board Member Kimberley Strassel dismisses the idea that the contraceptive debate and the Blunt Amendment is about denying women critical reproductive health care on the Fox News Sunday panel. After all, women can go ahead and buy insurance, right? Perhaps if the Republicans had allowed Sandra Fluke to testify before them, they'd realize that birth control pills (which have therapeutic medical uses as well as contraceptive care) can cost an uninsured woman as much as $3,000 a year, making it unaffordable to a large percentage of American women.
Click here to view this media I thought one of President Obama's better moments during the debate this week was when he pointed out that access to affordable contraception was not only a health issue for women, but an economic issue... Read Post
Click here to view this media Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum (R) on Sunday insisted that President Barack Obama was imposing his beliefs on corporations and preventing them from exercising their "right" to de... Read Post
Debating Howard Dean on CNN, Rick Santorum stood up for the rights of corporations to deny health care coverage, claiming that is part of a company’s First Amendment rights. …Santorum asserted that employees knew that Hobby Lobby’s ... Read Post