Section 122 of the bill defines minimum services offered by the bill. The bill demands coverage of Mental Health Services and Prescription Drugs.
Personally, I don't like taking drugs. Every time I've visited a doctor in the last few decades, the doctor has given me prescriptions. I challenged the doctor, and in most cases the doctor agreed that I did not really need to take the drugs; So, I did not take the drugs.
Personally, I believe a large number of drugs are overprescribed ... notably antibiotics and painkillers.
I find myself balking at the idea that I will be forced to subsidize a practice that I personally condemn.
I am by no means opposed to all drugs. The question is if the drug is core to the treatment.
Conversely, I happen to be a big believer in supplements and often cures in supplements or even dietary changes.
On the subject of mental health care, I know several people who use see priests for primary mental health and others who seek out a psychiatrist for spiritual fulfillment.
People have strong opinions about these aspects of their health. The bureaucracy that defines benefits will force people who lean toward natural care to subsidize those seeking industrial care.
The free market gives us some ability to seek out policies that help match our lifestyles.