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Women Don't Have Constitutional Protection Against Discrimination

Scalia: Women Don't Have Constitutional Protection Against Discrimination    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/03/scalia-women-discrimination-constitution_n_803813.html Justice Scalia's strict interpretation of the Constitution is that Women are NOT protected Against Discrimination. It is up to our legislators. Let's get new legislators. We need a new Congress to Legislate laws that protect women.
Congressman Smith consistently votes against women. He voted against the Violence Against Women's Act, Voted Against Equal Pay for Women, he consistently votes against choice, birth control and sex education.    Smith created the Framework for the Hobby Lobby Case and was instrumental in the outcome.

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Sidney Alweis July 04, 2014 at 09:37 PM
If there is anybody on this planet, that thinks that women are anywhere equal to men either under the law or in their daily lives, the opinion of Justice Scalia contrasted with the opinion of the only three female members of the US Supreme Court ought to be enough to straighten them out!! We cant really be free and equal until all of us are free and equal!!Last time I checked we were one specie of two genders.


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