The Washington Post  |  September 17, 2011

“It’s just a fascinating, multidimensional problem,” said Lawrence Gostin, a global health law expert who is director of Georgetown University’s law school. “The first dimension is sex and parental responsibility, which is a core conservative, religious view. The second dimension is the health and life of young girls, which really is a pro-life view. And the third dimension is the corporate intrusion, and on the corporate intrusion, the left is likely to be upset about it.”

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