Skip to comments.Republicans Are Coming for Your Free Birth Control
Posted on 01/12/2017 1:35:13 PM PST by mdittmar
In 2012, a women's preventative health care provision within the Affordable Care Act went into effect making birth control free for women with insurance. When it was first rolled out, an estimated 26.9 million women benefited. If the mandate is struck down, it will leave 55 million women without no-copay birth control.
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What does it cost to keep your legs closed?
free birth control, free abortions, terrible terrible terrible horrible awful things.
we are hoping DJT and Congress will get rid of all this sort of barf, ASAP!
Yes, we’re meanies who expect adults making adult decisions and taking adult actions to behave and think like adults before, during and after.
And to pay their own way.
It’s not ‘free’. Somebody has to pay for it....................
Bummer. But I never understood why my birth control was free but my dad has to pay for his cholesterol and blood pressure medication.
Super glue in the snatch ought to work!
If you are going to have sex, I have zero problem. Just do not force me to pay for your abortion or condoms. Take responsibility for your own actions.
Just my opinion, but I don’t want FREE condoms.
Some things are okay to spend a little bit more on.
Just like I don’t buy cheap toilet paper.
So they’ll have to cough-up a three dollar co-pay.
Oh, the humanity!!
This provision was made “law” by a decision of the Secretary of Health and Human Services. It can be wiped out by a decision of the new one.
Let “health care” be used to help sick people, not to make well people sick.
Just say “No.”
(On a totally unrelated note, the good news today is that CVS pharmacies as of today are selling generic epi pens for $109.99 for a two-pack! Mylan Labs can keep their’s for $600! This is a blessing for allergy sufferers who must carry one for themselves or their children.)
an asprin held firmly between the knees does the job...
let these 55 million women reach into their wallet and spend what $11 / month..... whoop whoop
maybe they have to give up starbucks or a netflix or two
maybe baby daddy can pop for a condom...
show me where in the constitution this crap is covered...
its a tax its a mandate... its both .... its LIBTARD BS
Look, you get your oil changed on your car, you don't turn the bill into your car insurance carrier. You don't expect me to pay for it. You pay it. What does a monthly prescription for birth control cost? Twenty bucks? Go pay for it yourself.
“Give me liberty, or give me free birth control!
... Patricia Henrietta
It is not free.
Other people are paying for it
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