‘26’ campaign wants birth control out of the debate
Leader: Media using fear of birth control bans, infertility clinics to divert focus from abortion
by Ted Carter
Published: October 9,2011
Yes on 26 campaign director Brad Prewitt is quickly irritated at the mention of “birth control” and the possibility a Nov. 8 victory for his coalition’s “personhood” amendment would restrict doctors from prescribing contraceptives.
His organization, he says, wants to outlaw abortion and the “morning after” pill in the state — not birth control or fertility clinics, though legal scholars say the proposed constitutional amendment that voters will decide on Nov. 8 sets the stage for…
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