"Mandatory Contraceptive Insurance Is Urged" is the headline over a New York Times news article on a recommendation to the secretary of health and human services by an influential panel that, under ObamaCare, "insurers should be forbidden to charge co-payments for contraceptives and other preventive services because even small charges could deter their use."
To me the context for this one is the FutureOfCapitalism post Medicare Solution Is More Young People. Compare it to Israel, whose health system "provides free, unlimited IVF procedures for up to two 'take-home babies' until a woman is 45." In America, we've got the government trying to make it easier for people to have fewer children. In Israel, the government is trying to make it easier for people to have more children. Even if you believe, as most of us do, that decisions on whether to have children should be up to parents and not governments, it's still an interesting contrast. Which is the pro-growth policy?
Some right-wing blogger or commenter will doubtless suggest the way to resolve this is to provide co-payment-free contraceptives only to those who favored ObamaCare, which over time will have the effect of shifting the electorate to the political right.