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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Sylvia A. Law
"Those folks have not been appointed [to the board]," Ms. Law said. "He could just decline to implement it, and it would be very hard to challenge."
"Romney could undo that in a flash," said Sylvia Law, a health law professor at New York University. "He could just say sorry, contraception is a lifestyle choice, and insurance companies don't have to cover it."