State lawmakers in Washington have approved a bill to require insurers to cover 12-month refills for birth control prescriptions. Supporters say the measure will make women’s lives easier and help reduce unwanted pregnancies.
State lawmakers in Washington have approved a bill to require insurers to cover 12-month refills for birth control prescriptions. Supporters say the measure will make women’s lives easier and help reduce unwanted pregnancies. Dreamstime TNS
State lawmakers in Washington have approved a bill to require insurers to cover 12-month refills for birth control prescriptions. Supporters say the measure will make women’s lives easier and help reduce unwanted pregnancies. Dreamstime TNS

A year’s supply of birth control? Washington lawmakers say insurance should cover it

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