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No contraception copay

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U.S. guidelines say insurers can’t charge co-pays for contraception.
The bill could outlaw abortion even in cases of rape.
A new study has found that providing full access to contraception in developing nations would cut maternal deaths by a third.
No contraception copay

The U.S. Affordable Health Care Act passed a reform requiring all emergency contraception and birth control pills to be free of co-payments or other deductibles as of August 1, 2011. This is considered a major breakthrough in women's healthcare, but it has faced opposition from religious groups that say these preventatives make pregnancy seem like a disease.

Kevork Djansezian