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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Monica Rodriguez
The tug-of-war over sex education is back, thanks to a House bill that would fund the Department of Health and Human Services for fiscal 2012 but also would slash an Obama administration-inspired program and divert half the money to abstinence education.
"I think they're getting too personal," said Monica Rodriguez, smoking a Newport at a phone booth near a pedestrian plaza south of Times Square. "I don't think it's OK. They're taking away everyone's privileges."
The House bill is "problematic and hypocritical," Ms. Rodriguez added.