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Fluke: Access to Pill solves family-career dilemma

Sandra Fluke speaks Thursday at Albany Law School.
Sandra Fluke speaks Thursday at Albany Law School.
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It was hailed as the Equalizer, one of the 10 most important public health discoveries of the 20th Century. Songs have been penned in its honor. TIME Magazine put it on its April 1967 cover. Many sociologists directly connect it to a surge in female graduation rates, college attendance, professional employment and higher income levels. Since the 1960s, modern contraception has allowed women to stop asking the question: My family or my career? Sandra Fluke ...


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wmarincic
October 12, 2012
5:47 p.m.

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I guess all you have to do is complain that you need the government to buy you condoms because you are having so much sex you cant afford afford the $12 per for a box and you get paid to speak at colleges and the DNC. I guess it's not what you know but who you blow.

gazettereader
October 12, 2012
11:49 p.m.

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Where does the article say anything about condoms? And where is the rage about the government paying for the much more expensive viagra pills?

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