United States approves free birth control for women

Aug 1, 2011 Full story: KSWB-TV San Diego

U.S. health insurance companies must fully cover women's birth control and other preventive health care services under Obama administration rules released on Monday.

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#1 Aug 2, 2011
It said on the bottom of the article that this
woman had taken the pill in her twenties and when
she did, it cost her a small fortune.

So, think of this then: The co-pay on a "small fortune" means that the out-of-pocket limit can be reached sooner in the year, and therefore, insurance is then required to pay MORE for other health care.

By removing the co-pays on this pill, the U.S. Institute of Medicine (IOM) made sure that the insurance companies need not pay so much on other care then.

PLUS, woman who have not met their out-of-pocket limit, aren't more likely then to seek additional health services because they know that they'll be needing to pay cash out of pocket!

PLUS, if women are pregnant....they need health service which costs insurance cash! Stop pregnancy, you stop health insurance pay-outs!

Was THIS regulation for women or was THIS regulation for the insurance companies?

Ding, Ding Correct! FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES!

What is all this talk about for women's health!?
Bull Cr-p!
The IOC and Obama don't give a rat's little behind
about women and their health. They care about
insurance company's contributions to their campaigns!
Winston
#2 Sep 23, 2013
I have ordered 2 times from this website PILLSMEDSHOP. COM . I called yesterday the customer care and asked for a discount as i was about to order twice the regular amount.

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