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Poll: 66 Percent Of Americans Support New Requirment That Insurance Companies Provide Birth Control At No Additional Cost

By Tanya Somanader on August 30, 2011 at 10:55 am

"Poll: 66 Percent Of Americans Support New Requirment That Insurance Companies Provide Birth Control At No Additional Cost"

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Despite Fox News’ best attempts to paint the new rule as frivolous nonsense, a recent poll finds that 66 percent of Americans agree with the Department of Health and Human Services’ recent ruling that insurance companies provide birth control without co-pays. As the American Independent notes, the Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that while the majority support such a requirement, only 24 percent of the public oppose the decision.

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