But you're wrong. Michigan is the 9th state to pass legislation requiring public and private insurance plans to separate out abortion coverage.<quoted text>
There is no such "abortion insurance"
What if a woman is raped?
GOP shoved the bill through, not Democrats.
As if Michigan doesn't have enough problems. GOP made this a priority.
Sorry that facts are so darned inconvenient for you.
Republican State Rep. Nancy Jenkins defended the bill. "I don’t think elective abortion should be a part of insurance," she said. "This doesn’t affect access to abortion. It will still be legal when this law takes effect. Who should be required to pay? Not Michigan taxpayers."
If a woman is raped, she can get the proper care at any hospital including prevention of pregnancy.
Women who choose an elective abortion should pay for it herself. Taking birth control is an easy way to prevent unwanted pregnancies. And it's free now. No excuses.