Ummmm, no. I have health insurance and have varying levels of copays for medications. One is a brand-name medication with no generic alternative and the copay is $45 per 30-day supply. It is for one of my children and he literally cannot function in school without it. Birth control pills are not for health care, except for a small minority of women; they are used for contraception. For convenience. As such, they are not really "health" care. Further, Fluke's employer actually pays for the insurance so it is their decision what level of medical and prescription coverage they will purchase for her. She is fully able to obtain BCP under her plan but she must pay for it. She can also forego the Rx if she doesn't have the cash.
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