FREE BIRTH CONTROL COULD SEE FINAL VOTE THIS WEEK
The Senate appears poised to take action this week to ensure access to oral contraception without insurance co-pays for women in Massachusetts, a vote that could get a bill to Gov. Charlie Baker's desk before the Legislature's holiday break.
The House passed the so-called ACCESS bill last week, and the Senate on Monday afternoon has been holding its informal session open as it waits for the Senate Ways and Means Committee to release the bill so that it can be scheduled for a vote, according to the Senate President's office.
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