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Did You Know That Oregon Law Guarantees a Full Year of Birth Control?

Did You Know That Oregon Law Guarantees a Full Year of Birth Control?

In 2016, House Bill 3343 went into effect, making Oregon the first state in the nation to require health insurers to give a year’s supply of the pill, the patch or the ring at the same time! Dispensing a one-year supply of birth control is associated with a 30 percent reduction in the odds unplanned pregnancy compared with dispensing 30 or 90 days.

How do I get my 12-month birth control coverage?

Who isn’t eligible for 12-month birth control coverage?

What do I do if my insurance company refuses to cover a 12-month supply?

Posted on June 5, 2017 in News.
 
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