The ruling could cause tens of thousands of people to lose birth control coverage in one year.
The fight between those who support religious freedom and those who believe women should have equal access to basic healthcare returns to the Supreme Court.
“With insurance companies regulating how many months supply of birth control people can get at one time, in most places, it's not possible to get extra birth control, as the CDC has recommended doing with necessary medications.”
Getting access to birth control medication could soon become much easier in Arizona, thanks to a new bill that has bipartisan support.
Reproductive health advocates call the new rule "coercive and a clear violation of patients’ rights."