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Originally posted by daryllyn
I think it is more immoral to deny birth control for people who might not be ready to have children.
Also, birth control pills do more than just prevent pregnancy; they can regulate cycles, reduce ovarian cysts, reduce the symptoms of PMDD (severe PMS), and even clear up acne. There are so many other medical uses that I don't think it's right to deny the employees access.
Of course, they could always go elsewhere to get it.edit on 15-3-2013 by daryllyn because: (no reason given)
If you employ someone full time, and they can't afford to see a doctor, and you provide no health insurance, you probably don't need to be in business anyway. I know I lost absolutely nothing when I stopped eating or ordering Dominos or Papa Johns for my friends, family and customers.