I am a woman, and obviously don't want to be punished simply because of my sex. However, there are a couple of things that must be considered that have not been here. First, I do not see what having the right to use contraception has to do with government requiring businesses to provide it. Go buy a condomn. Really. Secondly, women cost far more than men to insure. We need more appointments, specialists, and care than men do. In the same way that males cost auto insurance compainies more than women (and have increased rates as a result), women are more expensive to insure. How are these companies to stay in business if they cannot account for that? Lastly, the fact that it takes both a mom and a dad to earn the bread that dad was able to do alone in 1960 is due in great part to the failed Keynesian economic experiment.
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