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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that would require medical-insurance plans to let women policyholders in Washington buy a year's worth of birth-control pills at one time awaits the governor's signature.  The Senate gave the measure final legislative approval yesterday.  Supporters say the bill is important for women who travel, particularly out of the country where contraceptives are difficult to obtain.

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