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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Ashley Mcguire
Women supporting employers challenging the government's contraception mandate spoke out in support of a vision of women's equality that supports fertility and women's role as employers, as the case was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday.
"All issues are women's issues" said Ashley McGuire of The Catholic Association, quoting an earlier statement by Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R- N.H.).
This approach equating an objection to contraceptives and early abortion-causing products as an opposition to women in general speaks "as if women aren't bosses, as if all women think the same way on issues such as contraception and abortion," she said.