Sandra Fluke, the political activist who gained national attention after testifying before Congress that women should not have to pay for contraception, introduced President Barack Obama at a campaign event in Denver on â??womenâ??s health security.â?ť
At least one conservative organization appeared happy to see the controversial figure back in the spotlight.
â??We celebrate the fact that Sandra Fluke is gainfully employed so she can pay for her own contraceptives,â?ť said Penny Nance, president of Concerned Women of America.
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