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Thu March 13, 2014
The Abortion Insurance Opt-Out Act takes effect tomorrow; what can we expect?
It was late last year that state lawmakers passed The Abortion Insurance Opt-Out Act.
Starting this Friday, insurance companies will not be allowed to sell policies that include abortion coverage as a standard feature.
Customers would have to buy separate add-ons, riders, to cover abortion and they would have to do it before ever knowing whether they will want to obtain an abortion.
And how that might or might not happen is pretty confusing.
Marianne Udow-Phillips is with the Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation, and she joined us today to discuss the issue.
Listen to the full interview above.
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