A variety of organizations that advocate for reproductive rights, such as Planned Parenthood, are retweeting a question from the group Raising Women’s Voices that presses the president on extending his health care reforms. Mr. Obama’s health care reforms included a provision to make preventive care free for patients, but these groups say that policy should include contraceptives. “Pls, RT! Women shouldnt have to pay xtra for preventive healthcare. Will u tell insurers to drop copays 4 contraception?” #

This year has been tough for most government services. However, one of the biggest-hit services has been public funding for family planning and women’s health, due to political battles aimed at Planned Parenthood. #

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