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The pill and the pauper 

Ever since Margaret Sanger was escorted into a Black Maria some 90-odd years ago, reproductive rights have been at the center of an ongoing war between religious zealots, feminists and all those in between. Now that it's taken a headline in the 2012 elections, the conversation has turned political and vicious, ignoring perhaps the true issue at stake — the universal health needs of women.

smichael@csindy.com

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