Women stockpiling birth control as Trump administration finalizes insurance rules

When Donald Trump was elected president in 2016, many women and reproductive rights activists were worried about what his presidency would mean for family planning services like abortion and birth control.

Some started took matters into their own hands.

Melanie Roven, a 29-year-old brand director in New York City, began stockpiling Plan B, an over-the-counter emergency birth control, early in Trump’s campaign for president, she told MarketWatch.

“It was kind of a joke at first, but as he started forming policy ideas I realized I should actually do this,” she said.

‘This should be the end of a long and unnecessary culture war fight.

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