Government advisers recommend that health insurance companies cover birth control without co-paym...

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Millions of women stand to gain free access to a broad menu of birth control methods, thanks to a recommendation issued Tuesday by health experts advising the government.

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Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#71 Jul 23, 2011
Here in Vegas wrote:
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Why don't you come for a visit. I am sure there is a vice you would enjoy. Prude.
Sorry. I have too much class.

Enjoy the tumbleweeds blowing through town, sweetie.

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Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#72 Jul 23, 2011
Believer wrote:
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Your kind has already been down that road. States are already shelling out big bucks for the damage. You are a seriously deranged person for throwing the kids in your little theory. What makes you think that those children will be poor their whole life? Your ignorance runs real deep and maybe we should sterilize any moron who even thinks about ruining an innocent childs chance of concieving a child in their future.
Yep.

Since: Jan 10

Las Vegas, NV

#73 Jul 23, 2011
LadiLulu wrote:
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Sorry. I have too much class.
Enjoy the tumbleweeds blowing through town, sweetie.
Oh come on LadiLulu, let your hair down and have a good time. We have Bingo. You can go back home afterwards all normal and everything.

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Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#74 Jul 23, 2011
Here in Vegas wrote:
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Oh come on LadiLulu, let your hair down and have a good time. We have Bingo. You can go back home afterwards all normal and everything.
LOLOL!!!

Hey, I was there in 1992 on a business trip. All expenses paid for one week for my husband and I. Stayed at the Mirage. I gave a presentation and went to seminars. Rented a car in my spare time and we explored the desert. I brought 50 dollars to gamble with, for the two of us, for the whole week. We came out $18 ahead.

Yippeee.

I'll never go back.
Venomous

Yuba City, CA

#75 Jul 23, 2011
LadiLulu wrote:
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LOLOL!!!
Hey, I was there in 1992 on a business trip. All expenses paid for one week for my husband and I. Stayed at the Mirage. I gave a presentation and went to seminars. Rented a car in my spare time and we explored the desert. I brought 50 dollars to gamble with, for the two of us, for the whole week. We came out $18 ahead.
Yippeee.
I'll never go back.
Yeah, Vegas is full of leather-skinned chain smokers... glorified carnies. Actually, the whole state of Nevada is.
Drink the hivE

Anonymous Proxy

#76 Jul 23, 2011
I Almost Wanna Become A Con Artist Because Of This, People Are So Easily Manipulated.

"Whenever The People Are Well-Informed,They Can Be Trusted With Their Own Government."

T.Jefferson.

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Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#77 Jul 23, 2011
Venomous wrote:
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Yeah, Vegas is full of leather-skinned chain smokers... glorified carnies. Actually, the whole state of Nevada is.
Indeed!

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Since: Jan 10

Las Vegas, NV

#78 Jul 23, 2011
Venomous wrote:
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Yeah, Vegas is full of leather-skinned chain smokers... glorified carnies. Actually, the whole state of Nevada is.
Oh yea, Yuba City. There's an armpit.

Since: Jul 11

Bronx, NY

#79 Jul 23, 2011
Venomous wrote:
According to the headline, gov't advisers RECOMMENDED insurers provide birth control without a co-pay; they didn't MANDATE it. That is not free birth control. That simply alleviates the co-pay that is paid when each prescription is filled. The insured are already paying their (likely inflated) premiums. I am relatively certain that insurers will roll this into their individual premiums regardless. For most women, birth control is generally one of the lower costing items included in their gender specific health care regiment. Calm the f**k down! Use some of that energy to debate gas price hikes or the little bullshit fees banks impose for every damn thing. It was the banks and insurance companies that got HUGE handouts in '08 if you don't recall, and I'm not even going to get into the oil companies.
True.
Venomous

Yuba City, CA

#81 Jul 23, 2011
Here in Vegas wrote:
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Oh yea, Yuba City. There's an armpit.
Yeah, thankfully I don't actually live there.

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