I recently received a mailer from Susan Brill’s state Senate campaign that excoriates Mia McLeod for her Viagra bill.
The mailer warns that “This legislation is an effort to interfere with physician/patient relationship” — which was exactly Rep. McLeod’s point: to highlight how Republicans are eager to impose restrictions on women’s health-care choices that they would never impose on men.
Whoever wrote this for Susan Brill doesn’t get it. And it came from her campaign, not some group that she can disavow.
Samuel L. Baker