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A lot has happened in the two weeks since Bwog broke the story of abortions no longer being covered for many Columbia students. Spec wrote an article, then an editorial, Jezebel posted about the issue, and the Dems launched a major publicity campaign—complete with high-profile endorsements from people like Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (who represents the […]

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Update, 10/12 9 am: There’s been some debate in the comments about whether the covered abortions are entirely free, even for students on Columbia insurance. According to page 19 of the insurance brochure, insurance will pay up to $500 for an abortion. Update, 10/12 6 am: The CU Dems, who first tipped Bwog off to […]

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