sorry, it was a student who was called the name, although this link may not work because it has a naughty word in the link!
Senators voted 51-48 to set aside a measure proposed by Republican Roy Blunt that would have exempted employers like Catholic hospitals, universities and charities from an Obama healthcare provision that requires most employers to offer free insurance coverage for women’s contraceptives.
I don't see why it would require insurance if the pill is free so sounds like it's no longer the case.
Last edited by Benji; 22-03-2012 at 10:06. Reason: added
lol he is so stupid, the comment about having so much sex she cant afford it he obviously doesnt know that the pill is the same price weather you sleep with 1 guy or a hundred and if she was a prostitute she would get it free because most of the prostitutes (at least in CA) are on welfare so they get it free. I can kinda see where the religious companies wouldnt want to pay for something they dont believe in like preventing births but that article and man are stupid
oh and prostitutes use condoms which you can walk into family planning offices and grab a handful off the front counter desk no charge no matter who you are.
Last edited by Lovemyfam; 22-03-2012 at 10:12.
That makes sense LMF. I just hope that one day over there women's health and sexuality is treated equally to men's within the healthcare system.
It sounds like religion is not separate from State like it is here which is pretty frightening.
Yerp the attacks on Planned Parenthood are ridiculous.
and everytime I read something or watch something from Rick Santorum I kinda wanna vomit!
[obviously I'm not up to speed on all the political terms and all the agendas etc -- just going by what I've seen]
It's to do with coverage at religious institutions.
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