After all, the Republican National Commitee opted to have them on their health plans.
RNC Insurance Plan Covers Employees' Abortions
The RNC gets its coverage from Cigna, which offers clients the opportunity to opt out of the abortion coverage. The RNC chose not to do so, say Cigna employees. "No surprise," adds a Planned Parenthood official. “It’s an employer that wants to provide standard health benefits for its employees," she said. "That’s why the Stupak amendment goes too far in tak
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Answer by lovinangels at 11:20 PM on Nov. 12, 2009
I don't agree with taxpayer subsidized abortions. I don't have a problem with those that want to pay extra for insurance to do it or if they want to pay out of their pocket, but it is unfair to make others pay for an elective procedure. And just because the RNC opted to have it in their insurance plan doesn't mean that I agree with it.
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