Ms. Fluke did not testify about Government financed birth control. Her argument was that women should have an expectation that the prescriptions they get from their doctor will be covered by the health insurance those same women PAY FOR! That's not about entitlement. That's about FAIRNESS. That's just COMMON SENSE. It shouldn't matter that the prescription is for contraception. Women have a right to PRIVACY and AUTONOMY. A woman's school or job has no business trying to control or coerce her most intimate, personal and private healthcare choices. What was Ms. Fluke's connection to this UN Study? Do you really think she had something to do with it's research or writing?
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