Women rush to the doctor for birth control, fearing Trump will limit access to contraception. But will he?

“Coverage of contraceptives has been a somewhat contentious part of the law, and Trump could eliminate it through an administrative change, said Janel George, director of federal reproductive rights and health with the National Women’s Law Center. For that matter, he could strike the entire list of no-cost preventative health services, which include counseling for sexually transmitted diseases and HIV, annual well-woman visits and breastfeeding supplies such as breast pumps.”