I personally as a Christian Mother of 2 daughters ages 5 1/2 and 3 personally believe that it should be between my doctor, my insurance, and myself, that if I take birth control, its MY business not the business of my employer. I think I have the right to have my insurance pay for my birth control whether or not its used for my health reasons or my sex life or both is not my bosses business. The way I see it all these girls that are having sex with no birth control, but don't want kids or any more kids I feel it will lead to more abortions, and more like roe V wade issues.
Bottem Line: it is OUR RIGHT AS WOMEN TO DECIDE IF WE WANT TO BE ON BIRTH CONTROL, OR NOT, OR IF WE WANT KIDS NOW, LATER, OR NEVER.
I find this bill to be discrimination because if a women is on birth control she faces loosing her job, but a guy can buy a 12 pack of condoms sleep with as many girls as her wants but can still have a job in the morning, The Article Prompting this is copied and pasted below.
A new controversial bill regarding birth control has been advanced in Arizona which would allow employers to fire women who take the pill to prevent pregnancy, rather than for health purposes, based on religious and moral belief.
A new bill regarding birth control has been advanced in Arizona which would allow employers to fire women who take the pill to prevent pregnancy, rather than for health purposes, based on religious and moral beliefs.
The current law states that birth control is covered under health insurance plans for women in Arizona for contraceptive purposes as well as health concerns. However, the new birth control bill, House Bill 2625, states that women who want their birth control pill to be covered by their insurance plans must verify its purpose to be solely for medical reasons and not to prevent pregnancy. The bill would grant employers to deny female employees the right to be covered based on religious beliefs.
The new bill was passed by Arizona's House of Representatives in early March and was endorsed by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday with a 6-2 vote. According to Arizona House Bill 2625, employers can refuse coverage for birth control "for contraceptive, abortifacient, abortion or sterilization purposes," forcing women to "submit a claim" to prove medical conditions which require treatment for birth control.