It’s “ironic,” explained state Rep. Peggy Gibson. Harold Cassidy, a lawyer and self-style anti-choice crusader, is “invasive of women’s private affairs, and then he says his affairs are private, when women have no right to privacy.”
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The IRS announced today that, contrary to it’s original decision, the cost of breastfeeding supplies will now be covered under a family’s flexible spending account, as pre-tax funds.
The IRS has determined that health reform won’t cover breast pumps for nursing mothers because “nursing is natural” and women may “abuse the system” if allowed to use their flexible spending accounts to cover nursing supplies and lactation consultants.