August 24, 2016
(Managed Care Magazine) – It’s been almost four years since the ACA’s contraceptive coverage requirements kicked in, and women have benefited from broader coverage and lower out-of-pocket costs for birth control. But that doesn’t mean this provision of health care reform has escaped controversy. Legal challenges arguing that required contraceptive coverage impinges on employers’ religious liberty have twice reached the Supreme Court.
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