The Supreme Court's ruling on the ACA's birth control mandate could cost women hundreds of dollars each year

Any employer with a sincere religious or moral objection can now opt out of covering birth control in employee health plans, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. That decision could cost those who use contraception hundreds of dollars per year in out-of-pocket costs alone.
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