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AZ Law Will Allow Employers to Fire Women for Using Birth Control Pills For Non-Sexual Reason

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Image from a quicklink A proposed new law in Arizona would give employers the power to request that women being prescribed birth control pills provide proof that they're using it for non-sexual reasons. And because Arizona's an at-will employment state, that means that bosses critical of their female employees' sex lives could fire them as a result. If we could harness the power of the crappy ideas coming out of the state of Arizona, we could probably power a rocket ship to the moon, where there are no Mexicans or fertile wombs and everyone can be free to be as mean a cranky a**hole as they want at all times! Arizona Heaven!
Yesterday, a Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed Republican Debbie Lesko's HB2625 by a vote of 6-2, which would allow an employer to request proof that a woman using insurance to buy birth control was being prescribed the birth control for reasons other than not wanting to get pregnant.

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How can an employer demand private medical informa... by Amanda Lang on Wednesday, Mar 14, 2012 at 12:39:17 PM
An employer would never be allowed access to any o... by ORAXX on Wednesday, Mar 14, 2012 at 4:42:06 PM