Repealing the Affordable Care Act Would Jeopardize Women's Health

Easy Access To Contraception

Currently, the ACA defines birth control as a preventative service. Under the terms of the law, healthcare providers had to provide it to women without a co-pay — a provision that reportedly saved women $1.4 billion. Without the ACA, women would go back to having to pay for birth control if their insurance providers didn't want to cover it — and as you may remember, contraception can get massively expensive, depending on which type is best for you.

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