Today the Senate Voted “No” on Choice.

The Senate today trampled individual freedom and rights of conscience.

It also trivialized women’s health and the opinions of women. Many women, either as individuals or business owners, do not want to subsidize the cost of contraception. Even more would argue that women’s health should be focused on priorities like heart health and cancer prevention since heart disease and cancer are the top causes of death for women, not infertility.

Today, the Senate voted against choice.



4 thoughts on “Today the Senate Voted “No” on Choice.

  1. Karen T says:

    Defend Religious Liberty. Sign The Manhattan Declaration.

  2. Jack says:

    We have to trust that Our Father knows what He is doing. The Senate has voted for a release of a Barrabas called Obamacare. Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.

  3. Rev. Rich Heinz says:

    And, why does everyone in the public square seem to ignore the heart health and carcinogenic effects of “the pill,” in this whole debate. (Again, I realize that freedom of religion is the main issue, contraception and sanctity of life are corollaries.) But no one from Big Media seems to give a care about the harmful ramifications to women’s health by the very things they want to distribute for free.

  4. mominvermont says:

    Despite what liberals say, the HHS mandate is not about “women’s health.” It’s about women’s sex. There is huge difference. Why should we be forced to subsidize others’ sex habits against our wills?

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