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Mark Udall

On birth control, young Republicans get it

On birth control, young Republicans get it

Two-thirds of young Republicans believe that every woman should have access to affordable birth control, 65 percent believe that insurance companies should cover contraception without co-pays and 51 percent believe that the federal government should continue to fund contraceptive services for low-income women. Not exactly what you're hearing from Republican grown-ups. Especially some of those running for office. In research by Kristen Soltis Anderson, a Republican strategist who studies the attitudes of young voters, in cooperation with the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, 58 percent of the young people surveyed understand that it is cheaper to pay to...