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Washington State Took a Big Step Toward Comprehensive Reproductive Health Coverage This Week

by Megan Burbank The Reproductive Parity Act would require insurers that cover maternity care to also cover abortion. SEBASTIAN KACZOROWSKI / GETTY On Wednesday, Washington State’s answer to Oregon’s Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA) passed out of the state senate after YEARS of Republican obstruction. The Reproductive Parity Act (RPA) would require insurers that cover maternity to care to also cover abortion.
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