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Birth Control (INACTIVE)

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  • Letter: Freedom of religion does not apply to secular, money-making operations

    In a March 29 letter to the editor, Sandra Nettina assures us that "GOP candidates object to mandates, not contraception," which is good news. Perhaps if they really object to mandates, they will do something about the mandate taxpayers face to pay real...
  • Sun mischaracterizes bishops' statement

    Thanks to the Sun's recent mischaracterization of the Maryland Catholic bishops' statement on religious freedom ("Bishops assail same-sex marriage," Nov. 10), many readers responded to one element — only five paragraphs long — of a 12-page...
  • Women should 'remember' attack on religious freedom

    Women should 'remember' attack on religious freedom
    Regarding Susan Reimer's column on contraceptives and politics ("Women will remember in November," March 12), I'm sad to say but yes, women will remember. Even more sad is that the women have reacted to a disguised cause. Women's health is not the real...
  • Reimer wrong on birth control flap

    Reimer wrong on birth control flap
    In response to Susan Reimer's column ("Women will remember in November," March 12), it is amazing to me that she, and others cannot see through the fog that is being intentionally created by President Barack Obama and the Democrats. No one on the right...
  • Low-income women to get free health planning services

    Low-income women to get free health planning services
    Nearly 35,000 low-income women in the state are now eligible for free pregnancy counseling, contraception and screenings for sexually transmitted diseases and breast cancer under a program that starts at the beginning of the year. Lawmakers and health...
  • Who's right about church and state, Kennedy or Santorum?

    Who's right about church and state, Kennedy or Santorum?
    Much has been written and said recently about the First Amendment and freedom of religion in the context of the current political atmosphere. Many of the most provocative comments have been about contraception, abortion rights and health insurance. Some...
  • What's important to women voters, birth control or the economy?

    I have to totally agree with Susan Reimer's assertion that Democrats must be living in a lovely dream waiting for the November elections ("Women will remember in November," March 12). True, some Republican presidential hopefuls have come down with foot in...
  • Don't trample religious freedom

    Don't trample religious freedom
    There has been a lot of discussion in these pages about a recent statement on religious liberty issued by Maryland's Catholic bishops. Unfortunately, the discussion has ignored most of what the bishops had to say. It has focused almost exclusively on...
  • Plan B is overruled

    Plan B is overruled
    Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' decision this week to overrule the Food and Drug Administration commissioner and refuse to authorize girls under age 17 to have over-the-counter access to the emergency contraceptive pill known as...
  • Contraceptives: The issue is religious liberty, not birth control

    Contraceptives: The issue is religious liberty, not birth control
    Regarding Susan Reimer's recent column: It's sad to say but , yes, women will remember ("Women will remember in November," March 12). Even more sad is that women have reacted to a disguised cause. Women's health is not the real issue here. Why did...
  • Contraceptive is not a bad word, even though GOP candidates tell you otherwise

    I remember back in the day when conversations about sex were whispered and babies were born by immaculate conception. All three of my children were. Just ask my mother. But actually I was a lucky ducky, and when I asked her where babies came from, she...
  • No votes for women-hating Republicans

    I found it very interesting that a reader wrote in about birth control and the economy and chastised Susan Reimer for making an issue of birth control ("Reimer wrong on birth control flap," March 13). The GOP is the one who was brought up the issues...