Women have been a focus of Obamacare since its inception. Free contraception, guaranteed maternity care and the promise that insurers can’t charge them more than men in similar health were parts of the law that resonated with women.
But now the law’s supporters are even more actively courting women as they seek to get millions of Americans to buy insurance through online marketplaces opening in October.
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