Insurance coverage is a top issue in women’s health care today, if not the top priority. Women hold the future of this planet in our bodies.
While I do not agree that “men make the rules”, at least not all of the time, still yet, I do agree with the National Women’s Law Center stance that “being a woman is not a pre-existing condition.”
If we, as women, do not have access to good health care for our body, mind, and spirit because we cannot afford exorbitant and inequitable insurance rates, then how can health care in America be “reformed”? Furthermore, how can the future of our country and planet be well secured?
Progress can’t and won’t be made in women’s health care reform unless we act today.