A Gop ‘assault’ On Women’s Health?

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“In order to pay for it, [House Republicans] are going to make an assault on women’s health, make another assault on women’s health, continue our assault on women’s health and pay for this with prevention initiatives that are in effect right now for childhood immunization; for screening for breast cancer, for cervical cancer; and for initiatives to reduce birth defects – a large part of what the Center for Disease Control does in terms of prevention.”
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Senh: It can be safe to say that Republicans are against keeping student loan interest rates low when they try to fund it by removing a part of Barack Obama's health care bill. They know that Democrats will not budge on that, so it's as good as saying no to students.

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