Ooh! That one's gonna leave a mark!
If you have the money to buy something, you have choices. If the government wanted to guarantee women more choices, they could do it by giving every woman more discretionary funds to buy what she wants.
They could do that very easily just by lowering taxes. Let's say they lower every woman's taxes by approx. $390 a year (the average cost of a years worth of contraceptives.)She now has money she can spend on anything: Hershey bars, Pills, stylish maternity clothes, NuvaRings, a one-way airfare to Hollywood, or anything else.
She gets maximum choices, and nobody else is complicit or picks up bad karma whether she chooses 200 very fine condoms or a good used 10-speed Schwinn.
Its obvious that mandated payments are not about freedom to choose. Theyre about promoting a divisive and controversial program by making everyone pay --- yes, YOU pay, Father or Reverend or Pastor or Rabbi or Mr. or Mrs. ---- and no, you dont have a choice.