Under health reform, your birth control should be fully paid for by insurance. But even before the Supreme Court gave more employers an out, some insurers have been pushing back.
How much leeway do employers and insurers have in deciding whether they’ll cover contraceptives without charge and in determining which methods make the cut?
Not much, as it turns out, but that hasn’t stopped some from trying.
Kaiser Health News readers still write in regularly describing battles they’re waging to get the birth control coverage they’re entitled to.