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Conservatives glad to see Sandra Fluke has a job

At least one conservative organization appeared happy to see Sandra Fluke back in the spotlight.

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 ??women??s health security.?

At least one conservative organization appeared happy to see the controversial figure back in the spotlight.

??We celebrate the fact that Sandra Fluke is gainfully employed so she can pay for her own contraceptives,? said Penny Nance, president of Concerned Women of America.

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Audrey Hudson is an award-winning investigative journalist whose enterprise reporting has sparked numerous congressional investigations that led to laws signed by Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. She won the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi award for Public Service in 2009 for her report on dangerous drug experiments by the federal government on war veterans, which prompted internal investigations and needed reforms within the Veterans Affairs Department. The report also captured first place for investigative reporting by the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and was a finalist of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences Webby Awards for news and politics. Her breaking stories have been picked up and followed by major news publications and periodicals, including Readers Digest, Washington Monthly, and The Weekly Standard, as well as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Washington Post. With nearly 20 years of experience in Washington as a newspaper reporter and as a Capitol Hill staffer for Western lawmakers, she will now lead Human Events?? coverage of energy and environmental issues. A native of Kentucky, Mrs. Hudson has worked inside the Beltway for nearly two decades -- on Capitol Hill as a Senate and House spokeswoman, and most recently at The Washington Times covering Congress, Homeland Security, and the Supreme Court. Audrey??s email is AHudson@EaglePub.Co

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Conservatives glad to see Sandra Fluke has a job

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 “women’s health security.”

At least one conservative organization appeared happy to see the controversial figure back in the spotlight.

“We celebrate the fact that Sandra Fluke is gainfully employed so she can pay for her own contraceptives,” said Penny Nance, president of Concerned Women of America.

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