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Insurance companies now have to pay for birth control pills. That's great news for people who don't like paying for birth control pills.
"Since birth control is the most common drug prescribed to women ages 18-44, insurance plans should cover it," said HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. 

Since gasoline is the most common thing put in cars ages 2-14 years, insurance plans should cover it also.  Whatever, free pills. But remember to still use condoms. Just because Magic Johnson is on every billboard in LA telling us how to live well with HIV doesn't mean it's not still a big deal to get HIV. (HIV transmission rates have basically stopped declining, probably because we aren't as scared by it as we used to be.) Conflicting!