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In this Forbes article, Tim Worstall says he agrees with generally available birth control, but questions why health insurance should pay for it. Specifically he says: "But I really cannot see the point of trying to have health care insurance which then covers a multitude of treatments that aren’t really insurable matters, contraception being just one of these (regular shots, ‘flu vaccines, general everyday low level treatments in fact).
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