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Who's Paying for Your Birth Control? | The Nation

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Emily Douglas

Emily Douglas

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Who's Paying for Your Birth Control?

Last week, the Obama administration updated its proposed regulations regarding birth control coverage under the Affordable Care Act. It refused to create an exemption for for-profit employers who object to provide contraceptive coverage on religious grounds, but it left a lot of people, reporters included, confused about how religiously affiliated employers would be accommodated, and who—the insurer, a third-party provider, or the federal government—would be left footing the bill for the coverage.

To find out whether you can access no-copay birth control through the ACA, check out the infographic below!

Birth control regulations under HHS

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