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Re: State Of The Union
At debate here is if birth control should be universally covered by insurance (presumably pills, as no one is including over the counter contraceptive coverage in the insurance debate). The problem is the pill is dual purpose. One is for lifestyle choices, the other for illnesses. Not wanting to cover things related to lifestyle or raising your premiums to do so, and wanting to cover natural illness treatments are both valid arguments, and it's apparent there will never be a winner between the two. At least not unless alternative treatments become available that don't also act as a contraceptive.
Originally Posted by nolittdroid
To that end, I've realised that going back and forth on those two points is pretty much useless because no side is willing to give in. In fact, I don't hold it against anyone on this issue that's dug their heels in for their side. I'm going to remove myself from the debate on this issue unless it's one that discusses how to reconcile the two sides in a way that's at least somewhat mutually agreeable.