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Republican War on Women Killing Romney

WASHINGTON – The 2010 midterm elections brought gains for Republicans they hadn’t seen in decades. In fact, they evened the score with women. So, what did Republicans do? They breathed new energy into their war on women that’s been waging since the Supreme Court settled Griswold. With a lot of inspiration from the Stupak Amendment, [...]
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