A series of lawsuits filed to challenge the Trump administration's attack on the birth control benefit show that advocates do not intend to let this administration run over the rights of students and employees.
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Thursday's executive orders are only the latest attempts to deny millions of people vital care.
They can agree this contraceptive is underused. But there's no consensus on why and what distribution changes will do to its cost and availability.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn is perhaps best known for leading a congressional “witch hunt” into a discredited anti-abortion propaganda campaign that falsely alleged Planned Parenthood profited from legal donations of fetal tissue.
The candidates for the top spot at the Department of Health and Human Services presumably would pick up where Price left off in his quest to blow up the Affordable Care Act's birth control benefit.
This is the first study to test the potency of the pills themselves.