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Birth control prices may drop for college students

Back in March, I wrote about a change in the Medicaid laws that had the unintended consequence of making it more difficult for prescription drug makers to provide discounts on contraceptives to college health centers. As a result, prices for birth co...

College students paying more for birth control

My daughter recently complained about an increase in the price of the birth control pills she purchases through her student health plan at college. Since complaining about money, or the lack of, is a favorite pastime of hers, I didn't give it much th...

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