States stepping in to regulate Plan B availability

02/27/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Several states are taking action to regulate the availability of the morning-after contraceptive drug in the absence of an FDA decision whether to allow it to be sold without a prescription. In many of the states focusing on expanding access to the pill, women would be allowed to get the drug from special pharmacists or in emergency rooms, while other bills would be more restrictive.

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