Part of Affordable Care Act Goes into Effect
A significant part of the Affordable Care Act goes into effect Wednesday, impacting millions of women.
Health insurance companies must now fully pay for women's health checkups, cancer screenings, and birth control.
The Obama administration estimates 47 million women will be able to take advantage of this new provision.
Employers and health plans with religious affiliations are exempt from the birth control coverage requirement.
The White House made the change after the groups argued the law went against their beliefs.