Found this report
HIGHLIGHTS:ü 28 states require insurers that cover prescription drugs to provide coverage of the full range of FDA-approved contraceptive drugs and devices; 17 of these states also require coverage of related outpatient services.o 2 states exclude emergency contraception from the required coverage.o 1 state excludes minor dependents from coverage.ü 20 states allow certain employers and insurers to refuse to comply with the mandate. 8 states have no such provision that permits refusal by some employers or insurers.o 4 states include a “limited” refusal clause that allows only churches and church associations to refuse to provide coverage, and does not permit hospitals or other entities to do so.o 7 states include a “broader” refusal clause that allows churches, associations of churches, religiously affiliated elementary and secondary schools, and, potentially, some religious charities and universities to refuse, but not hospitals.o 8 states include an “expansive” refusal clause that allows religious organizations, including at least some hospitals, to refuse to provide coverage; 2 of these states also exempt secular organizations with moral or religious objections. (An additional state,
, does not exempt any employers but allows religious insurers to refuse to provide coverage; 2 other states exempt insurers in addition to employers.) Nevada
Based on what I heard on the radio -
Arizona passed their law under a Republican governor.
Iowa passed their law under a Republican governor.
New York passed their law under a Republican governor.
Massachusetts passed their law under Mitt Romney.
And I'm sure if someone took the time to check - there are a lot of Republicans who sponsored and supported this at the state level.
Me thinks the Republicans protest too much!
About Nothing!!!!!!!!!!! Ado