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Prescription contraception

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Federal Employees Health Benefits Plans that cover prescription drugs would be required to cover FDA-approved methods of contraception under an amendment to the FY 1999 Senate Treasury-Postal Appropriations bill (S 2312) by Sens. Reid (D-Nev.) and Snowe (R-Me.). The amendment, passed by unanimous consent on July 29, has yet to be approved by the full Senate. The House Treasury-Postal Appropriations bill (HR 4101) was approved July 16 with an amendment by Rep. Lowey (D-N.Y.) with the same requirement ("The Pink Sheet" July 27, p. 27)
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