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Kansas Enlists In The Republican Jihad Against Women

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback just signed a law that allows pharmacists to refuse to fill prescriptions that “may result in the termination of a pregnancy.” Naturally, the law fails to specify what drugs might be used to terminate a pregnancy, thereby empowering your average right-wing, God-fearing pharmacist to override specific medical decisions made with a physician based on his “conscience” – as dictated by the ayatollah from Colorado Springs James Dobson – to deny an individual birth control.

Republicans seem hellbent on proving that they love “big government” when used to tell women what they cannot do.

h/t TP


5 comments for “Kansas Enlists In The Republican Jihad Against Women”

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  • RDCastle

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    • Figurine

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  • Eric W


    Can you indicate us the brand of your pills ? It looks terrific !

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