Radio show host Rush Limbaugh speaks at a forum hosted by the Heritage Foundation in Washington, in this June 23, 2006 file photograph. Right-wing talk-show host Rush Limbaugh, roundly criticized for branding a law student a "slut" over her support for President Barack Obama's new policy on contraception coverage, apologized on March 3, 2012 for his "insulting word choices." REUTERS/Micah Walter/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE HEADSHOT)
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Rush Limbaugh apologized Saturday in an online statement for describing Sandra Fluke, the student who had spoken at a Democratic panel in support of insurance coverage for birth-control costs, as “a slut” and “a prostitute” on his radio program — criticism he intensified a day later by saying Fluke should post videos of her sexual activity online “so we can see what we’re getting for our money.”
In the aftermath of Limbaugh’s apology, women, advertisers and even fellow conservatives continue to speak out against the conservative talk-show host,
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