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The 2021 Obamacare Open Enrollment Period spans November 1 through December 15, 2020 for most states. During this time, Americans will be able to sign up for Obamacare plans and many will receive taxpayer-funded subsidies to help pay for these plans. Do you know which 2021 plans cover abortion on demand? Before you purchase your 2021 coverage, be sure to check your state to see which plans cover abortion on demand.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that 1,036 of Obamacare plans sold in 2014 included abortion on demand. Unfortunately, it took many months and a government watchdog report to finally identify the abortion-covering plans for 2014.
Since 2015 to present day, Obamacareabortion.com has reviewed each of the Individual and Family plans sold on the Obamacare exchanges in the states that allow elective abortion coverage in Obamacare plans.
For last year’s open enrollment period (2020), it was once again easier to find information about whether an Obamacare plan included abortion on demand due to new additional transparency regulations in 2016-2017. However, what is still not transparent is that individuals purchasing plans that include elective abortion are required to pay a monthly hidden abortion surcharge. Through the Obamacare-mandated abortion surcharge, a portion of each individual’s insurance premium for these plans goes into a separate fund used to pay for abortion on demand.
Our team has once again scoured the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace and state exchanges to get you information about abortion coverage. Click on your state to see what we have learned so far.*
*Please remember: The information available on this site is based on our research of plans and information as it becomes available to us. We have provided our findings and encourage you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find additional or conflicting information about Obamacare insurance plans provided in your state.
Note: “Elective abortion” is used interchangeably throughout the website with “abortion on demand” or abortions for reasons other than rape, incest, or life of the mother. Because the language used by each insurance company to describe their abortion coverage policies varies, our research team did our best to clarify the abortion coverage and list plans accordingly.