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Monday, July 14, 2014

Court, companies hurt women

Letter to the Editor

I would like a list of the other companies – besides Hobby Lobby – that feel they can interfere in their employee’s decisions on birth control. Why are women still fighting for equal rights in this country in 2014? Find out the names of these companies and hit them in their bottom line and make them wish they never started this fight against women.

Please remember who supported women when it is time to vote: Reps. Annie Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. On the other hand, Sen. Kelly Ayotte said the ruling affirms fundamental religious liberties. What about the liberties of the woman who work for those companies? Shall we kick them under the rug and say they are woman who don’t count? Sen. Ayotte needs to wake up. She set us back in time by showing she works for big business not the people of New Hampshire. Please woman of New Hampshire, fight for our daughters and our granddaughters. What we do now will affect their lives and futures. ...

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I would like a list of the other companies – besides Hobby Lobby – that feel they can interfere in their employee’s decisions on birth control. Why are women still fighting for equal rights in this country in 2014? Find out the names of these companies and hit them in their bottom line and make them wish they never started this fight against women.

Please remember who supported women when it is time to vote: Reps. Annie Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. On the other hand, Sen. Kelly Ayotte said the ruling affirms fundamental religious liberties. What about the liberties of the woman who work for those companies? Shall we kick them under the rug and say they are woman who don’t count? Sen. Ayotte needs to wake up. She set us back in time by showing she works for big business not the people of New Hampshire. Please woman of New Hampshire, fight for our daughters and our granddaughters. What we do now will affect their lives and futures.

Michele Napolitano

Nashua