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Letters: Birth control for men

February 07, 2013

Re "New plan for birth-control coverage," Feb. 2

If men want to make it difficult for women to prevent pregnancy, it's only fair that they make it difficult for men to cause it.

One could hope the men of Roman Catholic or Republican persuasion would strive for equality and insist that Viagra and similar medications be treated the same as they want contraceptives treated — that is, not covered by insurance.

Tom Egan

Costa Mesa


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