Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 30th, 1997
Zero Population Growth is a Washington-based group that promotes spending on family-planning services as a way to keep the population from increasing. It argues that covering contraceptives for women would be cheaper for insurance companies in the long run than paying for unwanted pregnancies.
The idea mystified some Kansas officials, who acknowledged they had not thought of it before. Virginia enacted a law this year designed to provide more insurance coverage for...
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