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That includes birth control, HPV testing, breastfeeding services, and counseling for domestic violence.
Any employer could refuse to cover them, and women would have no recourse. At Planned Parenthood, we hear from women every day who count on access to affordable birth control — like Mollie from New Hampshire, a recently engaged graduate student who has been able to afford birth control for the first time thanks to the Affordable Care Act. I am so grateful that my birth control is affordable and accessible.
I will be happy to have a professional degree that is employable when I start my family!
Women also come to Planned Parenthood health centers seeking birth control control for endometriosis, cramps, acne, or other health reasons. When I was surprised by my pharmacist and told I was suddenly paying nothing, I was thrilled!
Molly and Elaine are in good company. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, 27 million women across the country have already received preventive health care with no copay, and an estimated 47 million will benefit when the law takes full effect.
If Republicans in Congress succeed in rolling back the birth control benefit, these are the women who will pay the price. View the discussion thread. Don't miss a brief.
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