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BREAKING: Trump Greenlights Texas’s Backdoor “Defund.” Will Your State be Next?

It’s an extremely dangerous precedent that other states could follow.

The Trump Administration Just Finalized a New Rule That Could Wreck Health Insurance Coverage of Abortion

What’s at stake? More than 3 million people with health insurance coverage of safe, legal abortion could be affected.

Dec. 20, 2019

Victory for Women! Obama Administration Calls on Insurance Companies to Cover Full Range of Birth Control Methods

Thanks to the Obama administration and women's health advocates, health insurance companies will no longer be able to use loopholes to force women to pay out-of-pocket for birth control that should be copay-free.
May 11, 2015

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Birth Control Should Be Copay Free — But Some Insurance Companies Are Twisting the Law

Five years after the Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law, some health insurance companies are finding loopholes to deny coverage for certain methods of birth control.
May 7, 2015

Some Health Insurance Companies Using Loopholes to Charge for Birth Control (via Jezebel)

Some insurance companies are still charging for birth control, exploiting loopholes that may take years to close.
May 4, 2015

Supreme Court: Bosses Can Deny Birth Control Coverage to Employees

In a deeply troubling decision for women’s health care and reproductive rights, on June 30 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that some employers who personally believe birth control is wrong have the power deny legally mandated health care coverage of it for their employees.
July 2, 2014

An Unpopular Initiative in Michigan

Right to Life of Michigan has submitted signatures for an initiative to ban insurance from covering abortion. If the initiative becomes law, coverage for abortion would only be available through an unworkable “rider” system. This initiative has no exemptions for survivors of rape or incest.
Oct. 31, 2013