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

Nov 14, 2016
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…
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Women's health under the Trump administration

Nov 11, 2016
Access to low-cost birth control and funding for Planned Parenthood might change.
Right now, under the Affordable Care Act, many women have access to free birth control pills and other low-cost contraception. In January, that could change.
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Push for IUDs comes from many sides

Sep 30, 2014
Health groups, nonprofits and drug companies have touted intrauterine devices.

Map: You may be paying way more for birth control

May 3, 2013
It pays to shop around for prescription drugs.

President Obama compromises on contraception

Feb 10, 2012
Under the new plan, even women who work for religious employers will have access to free birth control. It's all because of an insurance company workaround.

Pfizer recalls a million birth control packs

Feb 1, 2012
Drug giant Pfizer is asking women around the country to return certain birth control pills under fears they weren't packaged correctly.