Birth Control Concerns Grow Over Trump In The White House
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (CNN NEWSOURCE) —
Some women are concerned about their access to birth control now that Donald Trump will be president.
Throughout his campaign, Trump promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and the law mandates that insurers provide coverage for all FDA approved birth control methods without copayment or coinsurance.
Without that mandate, women may have to pay for their birth control.
Neither Trump nor congress has revealed a detailed plan of what would replace the ACA.