Obama Administration Challenges Morning-After Pill Ruling

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Obama Administration has effectively announced it will not abide by a judge's ruling last month ordering the so-called morning after pill to be made available without a prescription to women of all ages. Instead, the administration is offering what it seems to hope will be seen as a middle ground.

Source: NPR


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