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@69Q4MGHLibertarianfrom Iowa  answered…12mos

Yes until pro-choice is approved and no longer an issue, women should have another option.

@6CQDV95Democratfrom Illinois  answered…12mos

@5TWBZ59Greenfrom Kentucky  answered…12mos

Yes. If Viagra is covered then so too should the preventative measures designed to deal with Viagra's aftermath!

@5WJ3G7KDemocratfrom Texas  answered…12mos

Yes. I believe it should.. the number one seller in America is sex and if it's going to continue that way than I believe it should be offered free to the people who feel the need to be on BC... Especially in teens nowadays. It can stop the abortion rate to an extent.

@6DBK9VGGreenfrom Washington  answered…12mos

No, because birth control kills a life that has just been made. The second that an egg is fertilized, a baby is created, and it is alive. Using birth control is killing a baby. It is no better than abortion.

@5R97ZS2Greenfrom Indiana  answered…12mos

While I agree with the answer "No, the government should not decide what services a private business can provide" I do think that the government themselves should offer free contraceptives. They could do this through a facility similar to Planned Parenthood but government owned and operated.

@5R96BRNRepublicanfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…12mos

Just make it over the counter (and hence more affordable) like many other countries do.

@5Z4MKH2Independentfrom Texas  answered…12mos

No, because I don't want my insurance company deciding what type of birth control I should use.

@5T4LFDRDemocratfrom California  answered…12mos

Nothing's free. Someone would have to pay for it in their premiums. And health insurance should be a catastrophe coverage not a life style, wellness visits should not be included. When your car needs a tune up the insurance doesn't pay for it, you do. Check ups do not need to be covered by insurance but you should have it when something the tragic happens. Insurance companies are not your advocate. They are just a business that bets that you won't get sick and the premium they charge is their profit they make when the don't payout claims. They're not your friend.

@5SGJMDCRepublicanfrom Virginia  answered…12mos

This is a prescription, and should be treated as one. Schools should not be able to offer free birth control unless the person is 18 years old - takes parenting away from the parents and moves parenting to the government.

@5R4MMXKDemocratfrom Michigan  answered…12mos

Yes, but they should also help people understand the power of abstinence.

@5TPGXJQDemocratfrom Indiana  answered…12mos

Only required to provide for teenagers

@Brother-JauffreRepublican from Illinois commented…7mos

No, the government should not decide what services a private business can provide No

The shouldn't be having sex at that age

@5T393ZLGreenfrom Hawaii  answered…12mos

Yes, because religious organizations and churches are tax exempt by law, which means that public tax money is indirectly covering for religions that not all payers believe in

@6LV8W75Democratfrom Arkansas  answered…12mos

yes, but with a higher deductible for those that plan to get pregnant.

@5WHWR8GGreenfrom Florida  answered…12mos

Yes, population growth is out of control and is an existential threat to humanity.

@5V229DKRepublicanfrom Pennsylvania  answered…12mos

People should not be allowed to reproduce unless they prove themselves worthy.

@5R6863PDemocratfrom Wisconsin  answered…12mos

If insurance companies cover Viagra, they should provide the same benefit for birth control.

@5TBNFBPDemocratfrom Maine  answered…12mos

Yes, but only to people of certain age (11-18 y.o.)

@Brother-JauffreRepublican from Illinois disagreed…8mos

No, the government should not decide what services a private business can provide No

No one under 21 should be allowed to have sex

@6B6RDCRGreenfrom Missouri  answered…12mos

Yes! We make such a big deal about pro-life, but won't give birth control to people who need it. If a person can't afford birth control every month, do you really think that they can afford a child? People are going to have sex. It's natural and in our DNA, but we are smart enough creatures that we can get our fix without having a child. Religion says all these things about it, but religion should have nothing to do with you insurance or government.

@5WH8DXHRepublicanfrom New York  answered…12mos

If free birth control, then free ED drugs for men. Only free birth control for women is discrimination against men who have to pay for a limited amount of prescription drug.

@6K3ZXBBRepublicanfrom Illinois  answered…12mos

If pregnancy is treated as an illness then all forms of pre fertilization birth control should be considered preventive care and covered under the insurances preventative care policies. These policies do. Or need to be the same for all companies.

@5VW9HLSDemocratfrom Virginia  answered…12mos

If they won't cover it in their insurance premiums then they should be required to offer paid maternity leave.

@5ZVVBTZRepublicanfrom North Carolina  answered…12mos

@5YWY6WJDemocratfrom Minnesota  answered…12mos

Yes, depending solely on the fact that there should be SOME sort of population control, especially considering that younger people are half the time uneducated/get tangled with emotions that coerce their decisions, such as having a child young and not being able to provide.

@6CMX89ZRepublicanfrom Georgia  answered…12mos

no, birth control is murdering a human being and that action will be charged on company as well

@5XR2NZHGreenfrom Washington  answered…12mos

Publicly funded abortion and contraception should be more widely available. Planned Parenthood's funding should be increased and more governments should adopt policies that discourage population growth.

@5T3LQRPDemocratfrom Louisiana  answered…12mos

No because then girls can have sex all the time without any worry and then they get an STD and they don't make a pill called "STD control"

@63VQKB4Republicanfrom Kansas  answered…12mos

If you need help with birth control...first lesson-close your damn legs

@5XRMVLBGreenfrom Georgia  answered…12mos

@5TPWPK5Republicanfrom Indiana  answered…12mos

No, why should a retired 65 year old woman have to pay for birth control or pregnancy on her insurance.

@68Z748XDemocratfrom Hawaii  answered…12mos

No, because it makes teens think they can have sex any time they want because of birth control pills.

@5TKRRDGGreenfrom Missouri  answered…12mos

@6B5WYV3Democratfrom Georgia  answered…12mos

What's so hard about buying your own birth control? is it that expensive? If it is then don't have sex. You have hands.(unless you don't then I dearly apologize for being insensitive.)

@6FXXRCHSocialistfrom Texas  answered…12mos

I feel that if more insurance providers did this the birth rate may slow down and give us the ability to have less children in homes, less use for abortion, and advance the chances of more high school graduates.

@68RLX26Democratfrom New Mexico  answered…12mos

Yes - it could possibly reduce the number of families on welfare, abortions and unwanted children who ultimately wind up in prison.

@6GHGTJQRepublicanfrom New York  answered…12mos

@5R85Z5GConstitutionfrom Virginia  answered…12mos

Since when is birth control a "Health issue" pregnancies aren't contagious and we've never had an out break of them.

@6964CHHGreenfrom North Carolina  answered…12mos

Yes, while birth control is sinful, it is better than abortions, and you can't do much more than that in a sexually saturated society.

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