Sandra Fluke Considering Run for Congress

Fluke seeks Democratic endorsement in bid for seat of retiring Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.)
3:00 | 02/04/14

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A woman once called a -- by conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is about to make a congressional run. Sandra Fluke has her eye on the congressional seat held by Henry Waxman and California Waxman is retiring. Look made headlines back in 2012. As a student at Georgetown law school. -- and playing the school a jesuit university did not provide birth control in its insurance coverage. Before congress -- said quote I'm an American woman who uses contraceptives. A couple of days later Limbaugh went after her on his radio show. Claiming she was asking the government to subsidize her sex life that she was a slot who wanted to be paid to have sex. He later apologized saying he was trying to be funny.

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