The rollback aims to make it easier for employers to object for moral or religious reasons.
And under legislation at the state level, male contraceptives would be covered as well.
Andrew Cuomo announced new insurance regulations in New York that will require contraceptives and abortion are covered for free in the state, even if the ACA is repealed.
American women can spend up to $1,000 a year on birth control.
What would Vince Chase do?
About 40 separate "school-based health centers" have distributed 12,721 doses of Plan B in 2011-12, more than two-times the amount given out in 2009-10.
A doctor with the American Academy of Pediatrics also called it "awesome."
"September 11th... that's the day of the terrorist attack. I want you to remember August the 1st, 2012, the attack on our religious freedom."
One set of robed men controlling women's reproductive rights is as good as another.
"Our problem is the government is intruding into the life of faith in the church that they shouldn't be doing."
According to a new study, one in five pharmacies still refuse to give teens 17 and over access to Plan B. We assume that's because they're just redirecting them to the Aspirin aisle.
A recent CBS/New York Times poll [pdf] shows that 51% of voters support letting any employer "opt out" of covering the cost of birth control for religious or moral objections.
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