March 08, 2012

$9 Birth Control Contradicts Sandra Fluke

Georgetown Law School student Sandra Fluke famously testified on Feb. 23 that contraception can cost her fellow students $3,000 over three years. But less than three miles from campus is a Target retail store that sells monthly birth control pill packs to consumers whose insurance plans do not cover contraception. The cost? Just $9. For law students who choose to use contraception for those three years, that would mean spending $324, CNS News reported. Thatís a far cry from what Fluke testified it would cost. Read more...

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