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Please be accurate. Fluke testified supporting the availability of free contraception, not the availability of contraception.
There is no dispute as to the availability of contraception. Her position, and Rush's objection, is that it should be "free," i.e. the insurance companies don't charge the women for it - which means all of the other insureds pay for it in higher premiums - because, even if the ACA dictates that insurance companies can't charge for the drugs, it doesn't mean that suddenly they are produced and distributed at no cost.
Is it really that hard to be factual?
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