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Karen Teegarden – Huffington Post – Friday, 20 April 2012 (originally published 18 Apr)
Watch TV news coverage. Read news stories in your morning paper. The War on Women is a war on reproductive rights. The evidence is clear.
Since January 2010, there have been over 400 bills introduced in the U.S. Congress and states attacking our reproductive rights.
Talk show hosts like Rush Limbaugh and their enablers on cable news suggest (wink, wink, nod, nod) that birth control is only used by promiscuous women . . .