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In the Toss-Up Montana Senate Race, Rehberg Paints Tester as the ‘Outsider’

intel Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 3:12 PM
7. In recent years, a campaign of violence, intimidation and harassment has been waged against reproductive health providers, parents, and their families. Planned Parenthood believes the federal government should take an aggressive role in enacting and enforcement of laws that help prevent violence, intimidation, and harassment directed at reproductive health providers and their patients. YES
intel Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 3:12 PM
9. In 1998, the FDA approved the first packaging of emergency contraception, also known as "the morning after pill." Emergency contraception is a high dose combination of oral contraceptives that if taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex, can safely prevent a pregnancy from occurring. Do you support the efforts to increase access to emergency contraceptives? YES

A copy of the original document can be viewed HERE;

http://www.rightspeak.net/2011/03/mitt-romneys-planned-parenthood.html

The Senate race in Montana remains a toss-up between Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg, the state’s lone congressman, and Sen. Jon Tester, a first-term Democrat. The Big Sky Country has a split-ticket voting history, with the state leaning Republican when it comes to the presidential race but more Democratic in Senate and Gubernatorial races.

Rehberg is a fifth generation rancher, Tester a third-generation farmer. With these backgrounds, both are playing the ‘who is more Montana’ card, touting their own Western creds (like with this unusual ad featuring talking animals) while attempting to link their opponents to Beltway politics and President...