Birth Control with no co-pays is within reach in the U.S.
No co-pay birth control for millions of women in America is within reach. Right now, the Dept. of Health and Human Services is deciding whether or not to require new insurance plans to cover birth control with no co-pays. We're almost there -- add your name to Planned Parenthood's petition:
We are on the verge of securing birth control with no co-pays for millions of women. The Institute of Medicine has recommended that affordable birth control, as basic preventive health care, be made available to millions of women in America without a co-pay. Now it's up to the Department of Health and Human Services to act on the IOM's recommendation.
Sign the petition below and tell HHS to act on the IOM's recommendation and require new insurance plans to cover prescription birth control with no co-pays — then spread the word to your friends, family, co-workers, everyone you know who cares about women's health.