McCline for Congress: Hobby Lobby Ruling Discriminatory and an Attack on Women’s Health

Jameel McCline, U.S. House candidate in Florida CD 20’s August 26 Democratic primary, calls yesterday’s Supreme Court “Hobby Lobby” ruling a blow to women’s health and states that it discriminates against women in the workforce.

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“This ruling is an attack on a woman’s right to choose her health care options," Jameel McCline.

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) July 01, 2014

“Giving employers the right to deny health care to women is harmful and discriminatory,” says McCline. "Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg noted that the high court has ‘ventured into a minefield’ and she is correct.

“This ruling is an attack on a woman’s right to choose her health care options. For an employer to cover men’s Viagra as well as birth control in the form of vasectomies, while denying women birth control is just wrong. I respect all religious beliefs and I am a Christian. However to bestow right wing extreme opinions onto to the health of women is outrageous.”

The McCline for Congress campaign faces an uphill battle against 77-year-old, 21-year incumbent Congressman Alcee Hastings. But it’s a fight former WBO-NBO Heavyweight Champion McCline is passionate about waging, and winning.

“My mission is to champion the people of District 20 through education, empowerment and employment. Our people have been left behind in Florida’s economic recovery and this Supreme Court ruling will further hinder the chances for all Americans to work toward a healthy future.”

Read more about McCline for Congress on health care at mclineforcongress.com.

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