Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, once again offered to team up with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., to provide contraception as an over-the-counter medication.
"Perhaps in addition to the laws we are already working with to ban Congress members from becoming lobbyists, we can join in here as well," Cruz tweeted.
"A simple, clean bill that makes birth control over the counter available. Interested?" He asked the newly-elected congressman.
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Cruz and Ocasio-Cortez agreed, as he noted, to seek a ban Lawmakers will no longer be lobbyists after their time in Congress ̵
Both Ocasio-Cortez and Cruz have stressed the need for "clean" legislation that does not exist. They must not contain any other partisan provisions that could call into question the bill.
Ocasio-Cortez still has to answer on Twitter.
Ocasio-Cortez also claimed that birth control should be free, which Cruz is unlikely to agree with, since the freshman congressman seemed to want to do so through payer health care.
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Governmen T-Given birth control became a problem during the reign of former President Obama when his Affordable Care Act (ACA) prescribed that companies should insure contraceptives.
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This led to litigation by Catholic organizations such as the Little Sisters of the Poor, who objected to birth control on moral grounds.
The Trump Administration sought to protect the religious freedom of its and others through a Health and Human Services decision, but in early 2019 through a federal decision. The Judge has prevented this rule from becoming effective throughout the nation.