Initially, I do want to say yes to this, however, I am also worried as to the effectiveness. In a perfect world, the over the counter birth control would be effective because people could afford it unanimously, however, having insurance cover it allows for families who cannot afford the out-of-pocket cost that would accrue just from a month to month buying. This also would mean that individuals who have access currently that are under 18 may not have that access anymore, without given doctor approval. Because it would then go through a selected service, since this does seem to underlie the concept of defunding planned parenthood, it is possible that these trips to female care would be noted on insurance statements. This would not only mean that those under 18 wouldn't be able to access birth control in situations where it is arguably more important for consistent and efficient access would be completely revoked, avoided, untrustworthy or somehow, for whatever reason, inaccessible. Because if these, I would have to say this would have too much risk in legislation to have incredible negative consequences.