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Candace Graves Briley Comp II 7 November 2012 Outline: Contraceptives Introduction Thesis: Though contraceptives do help women in today’s society they shouldn’t be covered by insurance and should be paid for out of pocket by the women who are getting it. I. The beginnings of the fight over contraception, is it about religion? a. It started when religious conservatives were upset that the president put out that contraception would be covered through insurance. b. The people of the church see it as a religious issue and believe that it is an issue of religious freedom, while the government sees it as women’s rights. c. I think that it is a little bit of both, while it is a women’s right to buy contraceptives it’s not the government’s right to tell everyone that they need to pay for it so it can be covered by insurance. II. Why some believe that women should get their birth control covered
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Unformatted text preview: a. Obviously, it will reduce the women who have unwanted pregnancies. b. Women will be able to get the right birth control that will work best for them without worrying about how they will get the money to pay for it. c. Cost of contraception’s with insurance copays d. And it’s not only an issue of unwanted pregnancy but of women’s health and what contraceptives can do. III. Why contraceptives shouldn’t be covered by insurance a. The government shouldn’t be able to force employers to give free birth control to people who want it. b. Besides the effects on religious freedom there will also be huge effects on the economic side of things. c. It will change the way women buy contraption now that they don’t have to worry about the price. d. It will eventually raise the price of birth control Conclusion...
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