The insurance mandate, which has been in place for more than a year, is set to expire on February 10.
If it doesn’t, the insurance companies will be forced to stop offering policies that cover abortions and contraceptives.
The insurers that remain will have to pay out money to the government.
The law requires insurers to cover abortion and contraception.
Some critics of the law say the insurance mandate is too costly, and they also say that the government is not doing enough to help people who have trouble paying premiums.
The government has already been providing some funding to help women who can’t afford to pay premiums, but the funding is not enough to cover all the women who need help.