What Does No-Cost Birth Control Mean for You?
No-cost birth control could soon become a reality for American women.
If the Department of Health and Human Services decides to implement this policy change, it will have a huge effect on ordinary people: women could save thousands of dollars over their lifetimes.
This could mean no longer having to choose between paying rent and paying off student loans. It could mean being able to afford a down payment on a home, or tuition at graduate school.
We asked some folks in our office what no-cost birth control would mean for them: