Birth control access is a priority for some women post-election

Dan Gorenstein Nov 14, 2016
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Birth control access is a priority for some women post-election

Dan Gorenstein Nov 14, 2016
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If Trump and the Republicans pursue their plan to repeal Obamacare, what will happen to birth control? Currently, many types of contraception are available at no out-of-pocket cost. While health care lawyers are debating how quickly the law could be changed, many women are booking visits to their OB-GYNs to get care now — in case services are cut back.

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