Re: This is how I feel about the BC debate
Fact is there ARE places that provide low cost birth control (public health departments, planned parenthood, etc)...
Last time I checked no one gave cancer patients their chemo without co-insurance, no one gives diabetics their insulin without a co-pay, no one gives AIDS patients their medications without a co-pay, no one gives heart patients their heart medication without a co-pay. Why should birth control be any different?
When cancer patients, diabetics, transplant patients, AIDS patients....other people with chronic, life threatening illnesses who are lucky enough to have private insurance get ALL of their medication for a $0 copay I'll be okay with birth control being $0 copay until that day I call BS...
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