Always strive to never let your irresponsibility become someone else's responsibility
once we worry more about our obligations and responsbilities and less about our rights and privileges the better things will be
No one said gay marriage was a privacy matter. What they do behind closed doors is a privacy matter. Marriage is an equality matter. You are preventing consenting adults from entering into a contract.
It's now morphed into, "so what is the big deal about telling the insurance companies they should provide birth control free of charge".
Rick, what other medicines do you propose the government mandate to be given out "free of charge"?
So please show me where I can get FREE BC fro my wife, these premium payments are killing us, as is the $15 co-pay.
It can't be FREE OF CHARGE if I PAY a monthly premium right?
As a student at Georgetown, she has the option of having a private health insurance plan, or having a year's worth of health insurance added on to her tuition at a cost of about $1800 for 12 months. Her plan through Georgetown happened to not cover birth control pills. She was testifying in favor of free birth control, because the out of pocket expense for her and her fellow students was $100/month, and many of the students couldn't afford it. What she didn't mention, of course, was that they could still get birth control at an inexpensive cost...they could get it without insurance at all for $9/month at Target, right by Georgetown's campus. http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/...ls_632955.html
Other than free antibiotics that Publix gives away, health plans that have prescription coverage charge co-pays. Paying an insurance premium doesn't guarantee you free medication for anything..if you need meds for heart problems, thyroid problems, or inhalers for asthma, you have to pay a co-pay.