You attend a Catholic university.
Your university offers a health plan that covers everything but contraceptives and abortions.
The current administration pushes legislation through Congress that requires all health plans to cover contraceptives.
Your school decides that rather than making their health plan compliant with the law, they’ll drop it altogether.
Has the legislation in question improved your access to health care, or hurt it?
(Disclaimer: I am not a Catholic—or a Christian of any flavor—and I have my problems with the Church’s hostility to contraceptives. But I knew that stance ahead of time, and that’s one of the reasons why I chose not to attend a Catholic university.)