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White House policy advisors discuss preventative services for women and Affordable Care Act

Yesterday, White House health care policy advisors Carole Johnson and Ellen Montz answered questions from the public about the free preventative services for women covered under the Affordable Care Act during a Twitter chat.

During the chat, topics ranged from where to find more information about the preventative care benefits covered under the health law to how to determine if you quality for free birth control. Those that missed the live conversation can view the full archived session on Storify.com/Whitehouse

Previously: For many women, no more co-pay for birth control,  A look at the federal mandate to cover contraceptives and Government advisors call for free contraception for women

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