In this 2015 file photo, women called for contraceptives to be required in employer health insurance plans. Nurx, known to some as the “Uber for birth control,” delivers contraceptives directly to homes for $15 per month for women who do not have insurance. The service is free in most states for women who do have insurance.
In this 2015 file photo, women called for contraceptives to be required in employer health insurance plans. Nurx, known to some as the “Uber for birth control,” delivers contraceptives directly to homes for $15 per month for women who do not have insurance. The service is free in most states for women who do have insurance. Charles Dharapak AP
In this 2015 file photo, women called for contraceptives to be required in employer health insurance plans. Nurx, known to some as the “Uber for birth control,” delivers contraceptives directly to homes for $15 per month for women who do not have insurance. The service is free in most states for women who do have insurance. Charles Dharapak AP

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