The Trump administration’s plan to increase access to birth control is nothing new, and it has been the subject of fierce debate and criticism.
But the new proposal would do just that, increasing the number of affordable options available to women.
As the Washington Post’s Greg Miller reported, “It would allow a woman to have more than one method of birth control and would let employers offer coverage to those women.”
It’s a policy that many women and reproductive rights advocates, including the ACLU, oppose because it could leave women at a greater risk for unintended pregnancies, unsafe abortions, and unsafe childbirth.
This new plan is also a major victory for the Trump administration, which has long opposed contraception coverage as a major reason why so many women still lack access to affordable birth control.
The plan would expand coverage for all women by doubling the number and coverage of coverage for preventive services like Pap smears, intrauterine devices (IUDs), and implants, among others.
That coverage would also include more affordable plans that provide coverage for the full range of contraception.
That includes the Plan B and the Mirena, which currently cost about $1,300 a month for a single woman and $2,600 for a couple.
But that plan is just one of many plans that would be available to all women under the plan.
Under the plan, companies would be allowed to offer birth control coverage to their workers, but they would not be able to deny coverage to anyone for any reason, including pregnancy.
The companies could, however, make it difficult for women to get access to coverage because of the cost of the coverage, which is currently capped at $500.
The bill also includes the same kind of requirement for women who are pregnant to have their insurance companies provide coverage.
Under this proposal, employers would be required to offer contraceptive coverage for women at least 30 days before the start of their period, which would require them to provide coverage at least six weeks before their period starts, which could increase the risk of a woman becoming pregnant if she does not have a contraceptive.
And it would require women to have insurance that covers their birth control until the end of their first trimester.
This bill is part of a larger, much more sweeping push by the Trump White House to make birth control affordable.
Trump, a vocal opponent of abortion, has been pushing a “birth control bill” that would allow employers to deny their employees birth control for any “reason,” including pregnancy or for financial reasons.
In 2017, Trump signed an executive order that would force employers to provide contraception coverage for their workers.
Trump’s efforts to roll back birth control benefits were backed by some religious conservatives, who claimed the coverage would violate their religious beliefs.
But there’s also been an increase in support for birth control among women over the last several years.
As Miller noted, “In the past two years, a record number of women have gotten contraceptive coverage through the new health insurance exchanges set up by the Affordable Care Act.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, that number is expected to double over the next five years.”
This is especially true for women in their late teens and early 20s, when access to contraception is becoming more available.
The White House has been working on its plan to expand birth control access since Trump took office, but it has received relatively little public attention.
But this latest announcement comes as a big win for the administration and its supporters, who have been working for years to push the Trump agenda.
While Trump has been criticized for his previous attempts to dismantle Planned Parenthood, his administration has been moving to expand access to health care coverage for low-income women.
This is part the Trump effort to make contraceptive coverage more accessible and affordable for women, who often have few options for birthcontrol at all.
For more on contraception and reproductive health, check out VICE News’ coverage of Planned Parenthood.