Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 10th, 1997
New state Human Services Secretary William H. Johnson will decide if he wants to implement the program, Chuck Milligan, director of the state Medical Assistance Division, said.
Women and some teenage girls already on Medicaid have access to birth control as part of their coverage package, Milligan said. He said the expansion would affect women who would become eligible for Medicaid coverage of pregnancy and childbirth if they became pregnant. The theory is that many...
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