IMO, there are plenty of places giving low cost or no cost birth control right now. I used to go to the health dept for mine after I graduated from college until my income got to high and I decided to go off of it because of health issues. So, it IS already available, it's just that some people don't want to take advantage of it. Go to any health dept and say you want condoms and you WILL most likely get them for free.
I do think most insurance companies should cover birth control...I think it's terrible that they don't. BUT, having sex is still the person's personal decision, and if they decide to have unprotected sex, it should be their responsiblity to deal with the consequences, and NOT the governments. I can see where this would cut down on unwanted pregnancies, but these days, I'm not sure a lot ARE unwanted, especially when it comes to people that figure another child is another one they can claim on welfare and food stamps.
The help is already out there and they aren't taking it. So, why would offerering the pill for free be any different? It's ALREADY offered for minimum cost and apparently they aren't taking it. Why include this in a Stimulus package?
We won't see any difference (except for our tax dollars going out the window) for 18 years anyway. If they include birth control in there, it MAY stop more kids being born now (highly doubt it) but the kids that have already been born have to grow up and stop being claimed. So, it's going to be a long 18 years if this is included.