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President Obama: Women Should ‘Control Their Own Health Choices’

In the kickoff of his 2012 campaign last weekend, President Obama attacked Republicans for starting a “political fight” over abortion and contraception. Speaking to a crowd in Columbus, Ohio, the President said, “We don’t need another political fight about ending a woman’s right to choose, or getting rid of Planned Parenthood — or taking away [...]
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