This contraception mandate requires the provision of contraception. The next contraception mandate could require the use of contraception. At that point, our government would be engaging in eugenics.
Considering that contraception has been readily available for more than half a century and is relatively inexpensive, that's a high price for free contraception.
Yet disagreeing with this particular government mandate constitutes a war "on women?"
I guess I'm just a little slow on the up-take.
Mike Nieman, AnnapolisCopyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun