Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Well it is 3 miles away.


(CNSNews.com) – Although Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke testified to the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee last month that contraception can cost a law student $3,000 over three years and that some of her fellow students could not afford it, a Target store only 3 miles from the law school currently sells a month's supply of birth control pills for only $9 to people who do not have insurance plans covering contraceptives.That would make the total cost for birth control pills for a student who decided to use them for all three years of law school just $324.Fluke was the sole witness who appeared on Feb. 23 before an all-Democratic panel chaired by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).
I have a great idea for a new business, picking up students birth control pills at the nearby target and delivering them for a small fee. This should be affordable since it seems she will be saving a good sum of money doing it this way.

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