Monday, February 20, 2012

Female Law Student, Barred from Testifying on House Contraception Panel, Speaks Out

The Politicker: Sandra Fluke Discusses Being Rejected From House Contraception Hearing, by Hunter Walker:

Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke talked to The Politicker today about her rejection from yesterday’s House oversight committee hearing on President Barack Obama’s controversial contraception coverage rule. House Democrats wanted Ms. Fluke to be a witness at the hearing, but the committee’s chair, California Congressman Darrell Issa, denied the request and said she was ”not found to be appropriate or qualified.” . . .

Sandra Fluke posted the testimony she intended to give on YouTube:

 

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/reproductive_rights/2012/02/female-law-student-that-was-denied-from-testifying-at-house-contraception-panel-is-speaking-out-.html

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