Atlantic City, NJ (PRWEB) April 25, 2013
For many, birth control has become a politically polarizing issue in recent years. When President Obama mandated that insurers provide birth control coverage at no additional cost, nearly forty percent of registered voters claimed to disagree with the mandate. A year later, that number had risen to sixty-three percent. This is particularly troubling when Planned Parenthood and others who supply low-cost birth control are enduring unprecedented budget cuts. In order to combat dwindling access to birth control, MedicationDiscountCard.com is offering free medication discount cards that provide significant savings on Yasmin, Ortho-cept, and Loestrin, so that family planning can be accessible and affordable for everyone.
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