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Last week, HB 2625 became law. It requires women seeking reimbursement for birth control from their health insurance provider to prove that they are not using the medication as contraception if they work for a religiously affiliated employer that has opted out of providing insurance coverage for contraception. Rep.
"This law politicizes women's health," Hobbs said. "Not only does it violate privacy rights, but it also limits family planning and health care choices for women across the state. Laws like this are based on rigid
Hobbs and all Arizona House Democrats voted against HB 2625.
"This law is intrusive and undermines women's health," Hobbs said. "The governor should be focused on creating jobs, not putting working women's employment at risk because of personal, family planning decisions."
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