One letter writer says the GOP’s move to not subsidize birth control is geared toward trying to get people to take responsibility for their personal lives, while another says Republicans are opening Pandora’s box.
One letter writer says the GOP’s move to not subsidize birth control is geared toward trying to get people to take responsibility for their personal lives, while another says Republicans are opening Pandora’s box. Kurt Strazdins
One letter writer says the GOP’s move to not subsidize birth control is geared toward trying to get people to take responsibility for their personal lives, while another says Republicans are opening Pandora’s box. Kurt Strazdins

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July 18, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED July 16, 2015 01:37 PM

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