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  1. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. (2015). HPV, HIV, Birth Control.

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  2. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. (2015). FAQs about the Affordable Care Act Implementation (Part XXVI).

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  3. Sobel, L., Rae, M., & Salganicoff, A. Data Note: Are Nonprofits Requesting an Accommodation for Contraceptive Coverage?, Kaiser Family Foundation (Dec. 2015).

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  4. Supreme Court of the United States, per curium opinion, Zubik v. Burwell, May 16, 2016, page 4

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  5. Charisma News. (2016). Read the Letter Donald Trump Wrote to Catholic Leaders.

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  6. ThinkProgress. (2012). House Republican Leader Price: ‘There’s Not One Woman’ Who Doesn’t Have Access To Birth Control

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  7. Guttmacher Institute. (2016). Contraceptive Use in the United States.

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  8. Nora V. Becker and Daniel Polsky. Women Saw Large Decrease in Out-Of-Pocket Spending for Contraceptives After ACA Mandate Removed Cost Sharing. Health Affairs 34, no.7 (2015):1204-1211.

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  9. Kaiser Family Foundation. (2016). Examining high prescription drug spending for people with employer sponsored health insurance.

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  10. Nora V. Becker and Daniel Polsky. Women Saw Large Decrease in Out-Of-Pocket Spending for Contraceptives After ACA Mandate Removed Cost Sharing. Health Affairs 34, no.7 (2015):1204-1211.

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  11. Adam Sonfield, Athena Tapales, Rachel K. Jones, and Lawrence B. Finer. Impact of the federal contraceptive coverage guarantee on out-of-pocket payments for contraceptives: 2014 update. Contraception 91 (2015) 44-48.

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  12. Caroline S. Carlin, Angela R. Fertig and Bryan E. Dowd. Affordable Care Act's Mandate Eliminating Contraceptive Cost Sharing Influenced Choices of Women with Employer Coverage. Health Affairs 35, no.9 (2016):1608-1615.

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  13. Birgisson, N. E., Zhao, Q., Secura, G. M., Madden, T., & Peipert, J. F. (2015). Preventing Unintended Pregnancy: The Contraceptive CHOICE Project in Review. Journal of Women’s Health, 24(5), 349–353.

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  14. Birgisson, N. E., Zhao, Q., Secura, G. M., Madden, T., & Peipert, J. F. (2015). Preventing Unintended Pregnancy: The Contraceptive CHOICE Project in Review. Journal of Women’s Health, 24(5), 349–353.

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  15. Lydia E. Pace, Stacie B. Dusetzina and Nancy L. Keating. Early Impact of the Affordable Care Act On Oral Contraceptive Cost Sharing, Discontinuation, And Nonadherence. Health Affairs 35, no.9 (2016):1616-1624.

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  16. U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. December 14, 2000. Decision- Contraception.

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  17. Kaiser Family Foundation. (2010). 2010 Employer Health Benefits Survey.

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  18. Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research Educational Trust, 2014 Employer Health Benefits Survey.

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  19. Guttmacher Institute. (2016). State Policies in Brief: Insurance Coverage of  Contraceptives.

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