Why Insurance Companies Should Pay For Birth Control

“Let’s not argue sexual morals, first amendment rights, or religion. Let’s talk money and math to consider why these people should be looking to pay for the sexual health needs of more Sandras and fewer Rushes.” Janie Fedosoff on why you should want more insurance coverage for birth control.


I’m Not Tired. I’m Grateful.

Citizens “see taxes as a positive contribution to broader society.” Taxpayers, on the other hand, see “taxes as a transaction in which a levy or a tariff is borne and paid by an individual in exchange for specific personally-realized services.”