H.3279, the 12-Month Supply of Contraception bill, will be before the House Inusrance subcommittee on Wednesday, May 8th.
This bill would require insurance providers to cover a one-year’s supply of birth control at a time.
In a state where the rate of unintended pregnancy hovers around 50 percent, dispensing a one-year’s supply of birth control at a time removes a significant barrier to dependable birth control access and family planning ability.
Join us in telling members of the House Insurance subcommittee to support long-term, uninterrupted access to contraception.
Access to a greater supply of birth control at one time has been associated with cost savings, healthier pregnancies; and increases the opportunities that women have to pursue education, advance their careers, and participate in public life.
Let's stand together today and support a healthier, economically stable South Carolina.
Thank you for supporting the 12-Month Supply Bill.
We'll continue to keep you up-to-date on this and related bills.