Lawmakers in Washington state say they are trying to make it easier for women to get birth control with a measure that would require insurers to cover a 12-month supply of contraceptives, along with another bill that would allow pharmacists — not just doctors — to prescribe birth control.
Lawmakers in Washington state say they are trying to make it easier for women to get birth control with a measure that would require insurers to cover a 12-month supply of contraceptives, along with another bill that would allow pharmacists — not just doctors — to prescribe birth control. Kelsey Snell McClatchy
Lawmakers in Washington state say they are trying to make it easier for women to get birth control with a measure that would require insurers to cover a 12-month supply of contraceptives, along with another bill that would allow pharmacists — not just doctors — to prescribe birth control. Kelsey Snell McClatchy

State lawmakers want to make it easier for women to get birth control

January 24, 2016 09:30 AM

UPDATED January 27, 2016 12:30 PM

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