Email letters, March 27, 2014

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Ms. Weaver, have you actually studied this subject or are you just repeating talking points you have heard? Hobby Lobby is NOT trying to restrict anyone’s right or access to birth control. What they do object to is having to pay for devices or drugs that cause abortions. There is a big difference. 

If you care to educate yourself on this issue you might start with an open mind and put aside any talking points and read some of the articles that have been published about the actual arguments before the court. This might be a good place to start,

Then you might just try to Google Sebeliuse v Hobby Lobby Stores. You might get a better understanding then of the difference.

Ms. Weaver. THANK YOU!! I always wonder what the people against birth control are going to do when kids are popping out everywhere. It is ridiculous that birth control is so hated, yet we complain about families on food stamps, and Medicaid and TANF. Makes no sense to me. I’m glad I am not the only one who sees the common sense part of this. Simple solution, if you don’t believe in birth control, don’t use it. But please don’t cut off young women who are not wanting to have children yet!

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