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What's the future birth control like under Trump?

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No one knows what's going to be the future policy, but ladies better get prepared! I hope ladies can still have the right do decide on their pregnancy! #hope
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Women are fearing that the birth control policy might change, and that would affect a big group of women deciding for their pregnancy, so of course they are scared! Especially when the new president doesn't seems to care about women so much! I hope things doesn't go to the way that people don't want to.
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Trump has promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act as one of his first acts in office, which could mean the end of free, FDA-approved contraception, including birth control pills, diaphragms, IUDs and emergency contraception like Plan B.

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In a September letter to anti-abortion leaders, Trump wrote that he would sign into law the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortions after 20 weeks, and before many fetal anomalies are detected.
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Neither Trump nor Congress has revealed a detailed plan of what would replace the ACA, so no one knows exactly what would happen to birth control access.
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Shaken with worry, many women have had tears in their eyes this week as they waited in her office, said Davis, who also serves as consulting medical director for Physicians for Reproductive Health, a nonprofit that says it works to improve access to comprehensive reproductive health care, including contraception and abortion.
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Women all over the US are worried about repeals of Roe vs. Wade and other impacts to planned parenthood. Hopefully Trump will change his views.
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Repealing the act is also a “high item on the list” for Trump’s Republican colleagues, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday. However, for now, enrollment will still be available through January 31.
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Leave it to twitter to start a panic with women before he even gets his chief of staff business organized. I am sure He isn't losing sleep over birth control right now.
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I think planned parent hood may be on the way out. Neither Trump nor Pence likes the idea and I for one would not mind seeing it go either.
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Neither Trump nor Congress has revealed a detailed plan of what would replace the ACA, so no one knows exactly what would happen to birth control access.

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Some women are on the hunt for reversible birth control that could last through a Donald Trump presidency.

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