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Topic - Renee Ellmers
One North Carolina congresswoman explained the biology of birth to the Health and Human Services secretary Wednesday during a humorous moment at a hearing on the botched Obamacare rollout.
Goblins. Elves. Fairies. Not creatures the federal government normally finds itself engaged with.
Congress on Thursday gave itself three more months to consider changes to provisions of anti-terrorism law that have been valuable in tracking security threats but have drawn fire from defenders of privacy rights.
She said, Breitbart.com reported: "As far as [Obamacare's] essential health benefits, correct me if I'm wrong — do men not have to buy maternity care?"