"As a man, would it interest you to know that Dr. Bernstein just published an article that links the pill to prostate cancer?" Notter asked Rep. Andrew Manuse, R-Derry, who was testifying at the hearing.
"In the children that are born from these women?" Manuse asked.
Notter then offered to lend Manuse a copy of the study before telling him that she is against putting chemicals in her body and trying to explain her claim. The end of her explanation was that women take the pill and the chemical is in their body, but the end of her sentence about how it affects men is mostly unintelligible from the video.
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