GREATER ACCESS TO BIRTH CONTROL FOR WOMEN MAY COME TO NJ

The state may soon make it easier for women to obtain birth control.  An Assembly committee on Thursday approved a new bill that would require all insurance companies to pay for a 12 month supply of birth control for any female who requests it.  State figures show that more than one half of all pregnancies in New Jersey six years ago were unintended, and lawmakers want to address that problem.

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