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Readers Ask About Contraceptive Coverage and Medicare Enrollment

By Michelle Andrews - Kaiser Health News

Q. How will my health insurance change now that the Supreme Court has ruled that some employers that have religious objections to contraceptives don't have to provide birth control coverage?

A. Although the recent decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores allows a "closely held” company to decline to cover contraception, the health law requirement that most plans provide such coverage without cost to consumers remains in effect and will continue to apply to women in most plans, say experts.

What Happens To A Consumer Who Gets Exchange Plan Buyers' Remorse?

By Michelle Andrews: Kaiser Family Foundation

This week, I answered questions from readers who are confused about coverage under the health law.

Q. I signed up for a Health Net plan on the exchange, but I don’t like the plan’s terms, which were never explained to me. I would prefer to have insurance through Kaiser Permanente. How do I go about making that happen?