Want Viagra? Proposed Kentucky Law Would Require Note From Spouse

February 17, 2016 • Daily Email Recap

Want Viagra? Proposed Kentucky Law Would Require Note From Spouse

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A Kentucky state representative believed that a new law requiring women to have a medical consultation 24 hours before having an abortion smacked of sexism.
So the lawmaker, Mary Lou Marzian, proposed a bill in the male-dominated House to drive home the point.
Under the legislation by Ms. Marzian, a Democrat, men would have to navigate a series of obstacles before they could obtain erectile dysfunction drugs, like Viagra. Each man would be required to have two doctor visits, a signed-and-dated letter from his spouse providing consent and a sworn statement – delivered with his hand on a Bible – that he would use the drugs only to have sex with his spouse.

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