The Women's Health Protection Act is intended to rouse Democratic voting blocks.
The ACA requires marketplace plans to have adequate networks, but "adequate" is an inexact term.
Democrats are trying to distract women voters with scare tactics and untruths.
In many states, Republicans are showing a spirit of pragmatism about Medicaid expansion.
It could happen to any family.
Shouldn't we err on the side of our children's health?
The majority has held that requiring employers to pay for "morning after pills" fails the least restrictive means test.
The decision stands in contrast to the health, rights and wellness of women and their families.
The employer mandate is likely to be the first big issue in the ACA that actually gets a bipartisan makeover.
Healthcare costs have risen faster than GDP growth for decades.