'Reading the news this morning was like stepping into a time machine and going back 50 years,' Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., said. 'It's a picture that says a thousand words, and it's one that most women thought was left behind when pictures only came in black and white.' Sen. Kirstin Gillibrand, D-N.Y., promised that Democratic women senators will continue to stand up. 'If our Republican colleagues want to continue to take this issue head on, we will stand here as often as is necessary and draw a line in the sand that the Senate, the women of the Senate specifically, will continue to oppose these attacks on women's rights and women's health care.'
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