Sandra Fluke

attorney and women's rights activist

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Attorney and women's rights activist

Sandra Fluke on KCRW

There won't be a government shutdown this week, but there may only have been a postponement — as  the fight continues over Planned Parenthood .

Divided Republicans and the Politics of Abortion

There won't be a government shutdown this week, but there may only have been a postponement — as the fight continues over Planned Parenthood .

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