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Health Insurance / Paying For Contraception #391421

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 15, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Elizabeth Kaledin) Plans for insurance providers to cover women's birth control after a discrimination lawsuit reported. [Two WOMEN - say it is about time.] [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Ellen VARGYAS - says not covering contraceptives may be a violation of the law.] ["Working Woman" magazine Lisa Lee FREEMAN - says it was "outrageous" that anti-impotence drug Viagra was covered while contraceptives were not.] [Health Insurance Association of America Sharon COHEN - says covering contraception adds extra costs.]

Reporter(s):
Kaledin, Elizabeth;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:00

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