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Congress is aiming to offer better birth control access to women in the military: The annual defense policy bill passed on Friday stipulated that armed forces clinics and hospitals must have a number of contraception methods on hand. Read more...

Under the Affordable Care Act, you should be able to get any approved type of birth control without a co-pay. But many insurers are charging anyway—sometimes because of loopholes, and sometimes they’re just plain breaking the law. Here’s what y...

Six years ago, Karen Clayton, a manager at a hospital in Chicago, thought about getting an IUD. She had had bad reactions to hormonal birth control in the past and had decided to stop using it, but she had recently entered a new relationship and was...

Filed under: Health Care, Healthcare Industry, Barack Obama, Health Insurance Getty ImagesUnder new rules issued Monday, insurers can no longer charge patients for anesthesia services in connection with colonoscopies to screen for cancer risk. By RI...

Three federal agencies issued a pointed set of “clarifications” Monday, basically reminding health insurance companies that under the Affordable Care Act, they really do have to cover birth control without a co-pay or deductible. No, seriously. T...

One of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act is that birth control methods — be it pill, patch, shot, ring — are supposed to be covered by insurance companies without a co-pay or other charges. But two studies from the National Women’s Law...

The Democrats would have been better suited to never have a birth control mandate in the first place.The post Obamacare’s rather foolish birth control mandate gets another day in court. appeared first on RedState.