Bill To Remove Co Pays From Birth Control Moves Through House

BC-PILLA bill that would allow women access to the birth control without being subject to co-pays passed a House second reading vote yesterday. The bill would clarify the existing law so that insurance companies can’t deny coverage or require women to pay out-of-pocket costs for all FDA-approved forms of birth control. The bill aims to fill gaps n federal guidelines and remove the cost barriers that Colorado woman face in obtaining Birth Control. The Bill must pass a third-reading vote in the House of Representatives before it is sent to the senate.

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