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Birth control accessibility

A new bill could make contraceptives much easier to access in Iowa

Posted: Oct. 19, 2018 5:37 PM
Updated: Oct. 19, 2018 5:37 PM

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be big changes to womens healthcare in the state of iowa. reynolds birth control-vobp-1 reynolds birth control-bpclip-2 iowa governor kim reynolds announced this morning that if re-elected she would make it so contraceptives - or birth control - would be accessible over the counter - no longer requiring a prescription. live k-i-m-t news three's brian tabick is speaking to those at a local pharmacy about the possible change. brian - what do people think? / maplive:contraceptive accessibility mason city, ia google earth 2018 google mc hyvee east.jpg katie i am at hyvee east right now and from what little is known so far about the proposal, brian live-lintro-2 even i would be able to walk up and be able to get the drug for my girlfriend or my daughter. those i spoke with say this would just create a lot more accessibility.xxx reynolds birth control-mpkg-1 reynolds birth control-mpkg-2 emma brainard says she is all in favor of the idea of being able to walk up to the pharmacy counter and pick up birth control. she says many women don't just use it as a contraceptive, but also when for cramps or acne treatment. brainard is from minnesota herself and says she wishes her state would take up this idea as well. lowerthird2line:emma brainard shakopee, mn if a lot of clinics are losing money and they're closing and i think an early areas it'll be a really great idea for it would make it more accessible for a lot of women who can't get it one of the reasons the governor says she would like to start drafting this is to cut down on the number of unintended pregnency's and abortions. live in mason city brian tabick k-i-m-t news three. / thank you brian. this announcment comes only a few months after the governor signed the fetal heartbeat bill, one of the most restrictive abortion bills, in to law in the united states. / sex crimes-3 a stewartville
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