WALORSKI: My grandma died from breast cancer. When I was 25, I had a breast tumor removed. Fortunately for me was benign. I’ve had a mammogram every year since then. That's why I'm so offended by attacks that I would oppose coverage for mammograms and women's health screenings. Those negative attacks are everything that's wrong with politics today. We need to stop the partisan bickering and work together to solve our problems. That's how we move our country forward. I'm Jackie Walorski and I approve this message.