An editorial about the California decision

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can they not sidestep by refusing to provide prescription coverage?

They can get a plan that does not provide Rx coverage, and probably save a mint on it - and they could even supplement that with a medical spending account that could be used for prescription drugs, OTC items, chiropractic, dental etc. The problem might be to find an insurance company that offers that kind of plan. Or they could cover drugs for acute illness (3 weeks or less medication) only, or chronic illness only after the first $50/month is paid out of pocket, and those would also eliminate contraception for the most part.
Once again, the problem is finding an insurance company that will write a plan that isn't cookie cutter.



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