As , women with health insurance will soon have access to a host of , including contraception, without having to pay out-of-pocket costs such as co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles.
Not surprisingly, the news who refuse to acknowledge the long-term economic or health benefits.
Take, for instance, Sandy Rios, a FOX News contributor and vice president of the Family-PAC Federal, a conservative political action committee, who likened women’s health needs to beauty services: “We’re $14 trillion in debt and now we’re going to cover birth control, breast pumps, counseling for abuse? Are we going to do pedicures and manicures as well?”
Once again, we turn to Stephen Colbert to explain the outrage. And he does so beautifully, noting, for instance, that “a woman’s health decisions are a private matter between her priest and her husband,” and insurance companies should be in the business of covering only “necessary medical expenses — like boner pills.”
Plus, learn what happens when U.S. women get their hands on birth control pills …
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