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Liberal groups look to weaponize Trump's birth control coverage rollback
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President Trump's rollback of contraception coverage is rallying his opponents, who hope to harness the energy of the strong pro-woman activism to win back congressional seats in 2018.
President Trump's rollback of contraception coverage is rallying his opponents, who hope to harness the energy of the strong pro-woman activism to win back congressional seats in 2018.
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