Romney vetoes bill to expand access to emergency contraceptive

07/26/2005 |

Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney vetoed a bill that would expand access to emergency contraception, but his decision could be overturned by the legislature. The bill would require hospitals to offer the morning-after pill to rape victims and would make it an over-the-counter item at pharmacies.

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