“We’re here to say to state legislators who want to turn the clock back to the 1950s: We like watching Mad Men — but we don’t want to live in it,” Paige Johnson, Vice President of Public Affairs for PPCNC, said in a statement on Wednesday. “Women’s preventive care — including birth control -– is basic health care. Politicians and bosses have no business denying women access to this basic health care. This shouldn’t be a revolutionary idea, but unfortunately it is to some.”  TAKE ACTION: http://bit.ly/13m1AuF
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“We’re here to say to state legislators who want to turn the clock back to the 1950s: We like watching Mad Men — but we don’t want to live in it,” Paige Johnson, Vice President of Public Affairs for PPCNC, said in a statement on Wednesday. “Women’s preventive care — including birth control -– is basic health care. Politicians and bosses have no business denying women access to this basic health care. This shouldn’t be a revolutionary idea, but unfortunately it is to some.”  TAKE ACTION: http://bit.ly/13m1AuF

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