First congress passed a bill saying that pharmacists could refuse to fill prescriptions for things, like birth-control pills, that went against their religious convictions. Then they banned a vaccine that would prevent cervical cancer, since it might contribute to women having pre-martial sex (as if they weren't doing that already). Now the senate may pass bill S.1955, which would remove the mandate for insurance companies to pay for mammograms (as well as colonoscopies).
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