Women send bills for birth control to Trump
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Women upset with President Trump’s decision to roll back the contraceptive mandate in ObamaCare are sending their birth control bills to the White House.

The Keep Birth Control Copay Free campaign created a website where women could send a bill to the White House, showing how much their birth control would cost if their employers chose to no longer cover it, Yahoo News reported.


Women can plug their prescription contraception into the website and the tool sends the bill for the calculated cost to the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services. 

The bills also double as a registered comment against the move and will be submitted to the Federal Register.

The Trump administration announced earlier this month a rollback of an ObamaCare rule that required employers to cover birth control in their health-care plans.

The move could impact millions of Americans who get birth control under the rule without having to make copayments.