The July 1 Clarion printed the comments by Rep. Don Young and Sen. Mark Begich on the U.S. Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision. The Begich comment saying "bosses should not be able to prevent access to family planning and birth control is disingenuous and typical. From what I've read, Hobby Lobby offers in their employee health plan 16 different forms of birth control. The remaining four are in the "morning after" category, and it is those which they regard as a form of abortion and refuse to pay for.
Your front page article (Clarion, March 5) is revealing about Sen. Mark Begich, typical of AP reporting, and more of a political ad than news.
...I will not forget those votes and in four years will work very hard to insure he is a one term senator. Perhaps by then Anchorage will be out of their financial hole and they can rehire him as mayor. Ron Gravenhorst Cooper Landing
...and the bears that bring the people here to the Kenai Peninsula. Something tell me we've lost the perspective. Ron Gravenhorst Cooper Landing SUBHEAD: Utility customers can help meter readers by keeping path cleared I would like to start off...
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