Morning After Pill May Become Over-the-Counter


In the near future, those over sixteen might not need a prescription to get the morning after pill to prevent pregnancy. The Food and Drug Administration is reconsidering its ban on over-the-counter sales of the so-called Plan B.But even if the FDA does change its mind, there are still big obstacles for young women wanting the morning after pill.Family planning advocates hope to clear a path to easier prescriptions by putting up educational billboards around the state. Shamane Mills reports…

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