By Alisa Brawley
Birth control for women should be covered by private insurance plans as a part of preventive health care.
More than 63 percent of Americans support the new federal requirement, which calls for private health insurance plans to cover the cost of birth control, according to a survey conducted for the HenryJ. Kaiser Family Foundation in February.
Brawley, of Roanoke, has a background in nursing and works in clinical research.