Sexual Health > Reproductive Health

Does the Affordable Care Act Cover Birth Control?

Some women still have to pay for it. Several rights organizations are fighting for them.
A hand on the left holds a bag with a dollar sign and another hand on the right holds a packet of birth control.
Illustration by Tré Carden

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