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State spent more than $94 million a year on condoms, contraceptives

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Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets,Health Care,George W. Bush,State Department,USAID,Contraception,AIDS
The State Department's international aid branch is bidding to prevent 54 million births and help 6 million people with HIV/AIDS in 80 countries annually via a smorgasbord of tools from medicines, the pill, IUDs, and condoms scented to smell like banana, vanilla and strawberry. In documents broadly outlining what USAID plans to buy and distribute overseas to help with birth control, HIV/AIDS,...