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  • WATCH: Lunch with Heritage Google Hangout on the "War on Women"

    Our weekly “Lunch with Heritage” chats have grown over the past two years into a vibrant discussion of policy issues. Today we’re introducing a new way for you to engage with us by making them Google Hangouts. They will still be every Friday at noon ET. Adding a video element gives you a new way to interact with our experts.

    Joining us on this Friday at noon ET will be Jennifer Marshall, director of Heritage’s DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society. She will be taking your questions about the so-called “War on Women.” Liberals invented the catchy phrase in response to the controversial Health and Human Services anti-conscience mandate. Marshall will also take your questions on what Americans can do to get back to a civil society and policies that empower women along with everyone else.

    Join us on the Foundry, on YouTube, or on Google+ at noon ET on Friday. If you would like to ask a question leave a comment on the blog, or leave a comment on our Google+ page during the live event. We hope you can join us!

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    3 Responses to WATCH: Lunch with Heritage Google Hangout on the "War on Women"

    1. Stephanie says:

      What do you believe are the most important issues for women in next week's election?

    2. Casey says:

      Do you think that there is some fighting back that the women themselves need to do? What can women do to better promote themselves during this "War on Women"?

    3. Alison says:

      Besides health care and equal pay for equal work, what other rights toward women is the administration trying to curb?

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