You're right. We've made a lot of progress, but there's still more work to do.
One in three women has struggled with the cost of prescription birth control. 1
Although 98 percent of women use contraception at some point in their lives, there are still 22 states that don't require insurance companies to cover prescription birth control.
We want to end this discrimination. We need to make no-cost birth control part of the preventive services covered in the new health-care system.
1 Adam Sonfield, Contraception: An Integral Component of Preventive Care for Women, 13 Guttmacher Policy Review (2010).