Kiss federally subsidized collegiate promiscuity goodbye.
Prices for birth control are going to increase a lot for college students. That has CNN deeply concerned. Higher prices for birth control? Oh, the humanity.
That’s because deficit reduction legislation has changed how much the federal government pays to underwrite contraceptives. Costs for the pill and patch have gone up enough, apparently, for college students to consider anything except abstinence.
“[Stephanie] Davidson [a
The report was part of the morning show’s “College Week” celebration. But, the CNN story didn’t offer anyone who would regard a birth control subsidy as excessive government spending nor did they report on the moral elements involved with birth control financially supported by their government on college campuses.
Cohen also gave us a peek into her college days – “When I was a student here at
UPDATE Also see this Newsbusters story about the Sun-Times story on same subject by Warner Todd Huston.