THOMAS ROBERTS: There is this case I want to get you on the record on talking about of an Indiana Catholic school teacher fired after receiving fertility treatments—IVF. Her fertility treatments are against what the Catholic Church would teach or does teach. This country was founded on freedom of religion, but we also are a country that has freedom from religion. What do you think, as you know all too well, being at a Georgetown law school, which is a Catholic university and going up against the Catholic institution the way that you did, what do you think about the way that Catholic women are dealt with in this country currently with the church?
SANDRA FLUKE: Well, I’ll sorry I’m not familiar with the particular case so I don't want to comment on that. I would just say generally I think women need to have access to comprehensive quality health care, regardless where they work or go to school.