First personhood, then Hobby Lobby, now this.

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Tea Party Republicans have introduced a deceptive new attack in the War on Women and their access to birth control. And this is one of the most dangerous yet - because it sounds good, in theory.

Unbelievably, Tea Party Republicans like Thom Tillis and Cory Gardner -- who support radical personhood amendments that would ban many forms of birth control, and who cheered the Hobby Lobby decision -- are suddenly trying to trick voters into believing they are champions of birth control access!1

It's a brazen effort to hide, and advance, their extreme, anti-women agenda -- and we can't let it succeed.

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Tillis, Gardner and other Tea Party extremists running for Senate are suddenly repeating -- practically in unison -- that birth control pills should be available over the counter.

Coming from these guys, this is not simply an empty ploy. What they are proposing would actually act to further restrict women's access to contraception!

That's because when they say "over-the-counter" what they really mean is "out-of-pocket." Instead of giving women access to no-cost birth control as preventative care through their health plans, their scheme would actually force women to shell out up to $600 a year for contraception -- putting it out of reach for huge numbers of students, and poor and working women.2

This is especially insulting, because the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) already provides no-cost birth control to all women. But these extremists want to repeal the Affordable Care Act and, failing that, carve it up, allowing employers to discriminate, via right-wing Supreme Court decisions like Hobby Lobby.

We can't let them get away with this and bring their attacks to the Senate. Chip in now to hold these extremists accountable for their extreme anti-woman record.

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1. "Don't be fooled by new GOP enthusiasm for over-the-counter birth control," The Washington Post, September 8, 2014
2. "Four Fun Facts: Why Recent Over-the-Counter Birth Control Proposals are Really Underhanded," Planned Parenthood, September 8, 2014


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