Health economists say the financial barrier to birth control drives up unintended pregnancies and, ultimately, the taxpayer burden.
Health economists say the financial barrier to birth control drives up unintended pregnancies and, ultimately, the taxpayer burden. Kelsey Snell MCT
Health economists say the financial barrier to birth control drives up unintended pregnancies and, ultimately, the taxpayer burden. Kelsey Snell MCT

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