"Bang-up statistics for rates of insurance under Obamacare are one thing, but for the truly human benefit of the law, you have to look deeper. And here's an excellent example: Actual health care, in the form of prescription drugs, is getting to the people who need it."
The early data isn't showing a lot of birth control, instead it is showing treatment for life-threatening illnesses, like cancer, HIV/AIDS, intractable pain, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, other rheumatologic illnesses & autoimmune diseases, multiple sclerosis, and other neurological illnesses. Although inadequate (& wasteful, thanks to the Republican solution of including private insurers), the ACA has had meaningful impact on the lives of so many people.
So many more could be helped (for a lot less money) if we could switch to single payer and cut out the middle men. This would also avoid the complication and confusion that had plagued HeritageCare (aka ObamaCare).
Remember, HeritageCare (private insurers getting tax dollars to cover lie income people) was the Heritage Foundation's "solution" to single payer & the public option. They're fighting their own creation.