Sen. Scott Brown sat down with Piers Morgan last night and talked about his support for GOP candidate Mitt Romney. The Massachusetts senator noted his concern for the country's economic issues and stated that "when it comes to dealing with the economic issues, there's no one I would trust more than Gov. Romney."
Brown also talked about the recent controversy over the mandated use of contraception at religious institutions emphasizing that he has been "in favor of contraception rights for women."
"I think it is important to have religious protection as well as rights and freedoms for women," said Brown. "We do it in Massachusetts as part of our healthcare bill, we can do it in the federal healthcare bill."