Bridgette Dunlap of Fordham Law Students for Reproductive Justice said she thinks the school's policy is unfair. Its insurance includes a $100 deductible "per condition" for students who go to off-campus doctors.
"Our insurance is required by law to cover birth control but students have to travel off campus to Planned Parenthood or other doctors to receive a prescription," she said.
A Fordham spokesman, Bob Howe, said in an e-mail that the school's policy is in line with "church teachings."
Some students do not have a problem with the school's policy.
"I knew what I was getting into matriculating in a Catholic school," Frances Martell, a second-year law student, told the News.
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