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Unfunded “compromise:” who pays for it?

I mean, besides the insurance companies? Your neighborhood doctor and pharmacist will be forced to pay their “fair share,” too, I bet

Washington (CNN) — The White House announced a compromise Friday in the dispute over whether to require full contraception insurance coverage for female employees at religiously affiliated institutions.

Under the new plan, religiously affiliated universities and hospitals will not be forced to offer contraception coverage to their employees. Insurers will be required, however, to offer complete coverage free of charge to any women who work at such institutions.

There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch. And pills, diaphragms, and sterilizations don’t come free, either.

The end goal and the certain end result of this administration is to push private medicine out of business. We will all soon work for Uncle Sam unless we can turn the policies around.

Do you want to go to DC, hat in hand, for the health care your family and loved ones need?

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