Protect No-Cost Birth Control for All Women

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has accepted medical experts’ recommendation that birth control be covered by insurance without copays. Women will feel the magnitude of HHS’s decision every time they go to the pharmacy counter and pick up their birth control without paying a copay.

This is such a tremendous leap forward. But there is one piece left undone: certain religious employers may be allowed to opt out of the requirement to cover birth control at no cost.

It’s up to us to stand up for all women who use birth control. HHS is accepting comments on this refusal provision, and we have a brief window of time to weigh in.

Send a message to HHS now to say that all women should have access to contraceptive coverage, regardless of their employer.

Send a message to HHS now to say that all women should have access to contraceptive coverage, regardless of their employer.

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To the Department of Health and Human Services:

I strongly support the new policy requiring health-insurance plans to cover birth control without a copay, CMS-9992-IFC2. Thank you for this important improvement to women's health care.

I also want you to know that I am concerned that certain religious employers may be allowed to opt out of the requirements. All women should have access to contraceptive coverage, regardless of where they work.


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