" >Hasn’t been a front-burner political issue since the Supreme Court decided Griswold v. Connecticut in 1965.
>But then Rick Santorum said states ought to have the right to outlaw the sale of contraception.
>And Susan G. Komen for the Cure yanked its funding for Planned Parenthood.
>And the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops teed off on President Barack Obama’s contraception policy.
>And House Republicans invited a panel of five men — and no women — to debate the issue.
>And a prominent Santorum supporter pined for the days when “the gals” put aspirin “between their knees” to ward off pregnancy. "