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New Hampshire NARAL Protests Birth Control Bill With Bayer Asprin

Robin Marty

If religious employers are allowed to refuse to cover birth control, the group has gathered some asprin to help out.

The Blunt Amendment to allow religious employers to refuse to cover birth control or other health care coverage that they find morally objectionable may have failed in the senate, but states are taking up the reigns on their own to deny women coverage.

New Hampshire will be voting on their own version of the amendment, and NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire is protesting the vote with their own birth control solution — Bayer asprin. Handing out flyers before the vote, the pieces showed a pair of legs with a pill between the knees, with the words “Don’t Leave Us Bayerly Covered!”  Stapled to the sheet was a

The vote passed but will likely be vetoed by the governor, and did not pass with a veto-proof majority.

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