Something else I'd like clarification on, is the evidence and expectation for the outcome of offering bcps at no co-pay (Btw, I think the official adjective is "cost-sharing," which implies that there is a cost involved). If it increases the use of bcps, is the expectation and desire that the US fertility rate decline lower than it currently is? It is already below replacement rate - is that something we as a society want?
Also, is there any actual evidence that free or cost-shared bcps will reduce the rate of abortions in the US? I ask because on another thread, we learned that Sweden's abortion rate is higher than the US, (something like 27% versus 23%), and they offer free contraception.