Quote of the Day: Republican War on Women Continues in Missouri
"To make a woman pay for birth control on top of premium [insurance] payments has
real economic consequences.That’s the equivalent of five weeks of basic
groceries for a family of four, or 14 tanks of gas in the minivan or
four hours of tuition at a community college. For a family living
paycheck-to-paycheck, imagine the impact as they might have to make a
choice between birth control and groceries."
--Rep Jill Schupp, Missouri, on the legislature's new law allowing insurance companies to exempt coverage of birth control for "religious" or "moral" reasons. (Story here.)