Friday, June 14, 2013
The Morning After Pill - 2007 and Now
Back in 2007, it survived opposition from hypocritical politicians and Bible thumpers.
The Bush Administration was unable to stop it. Recently, President Obama failed to restrict over the counter sale of the drug to teens 17 and over.
A federal judge (Edward Korman of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York) approved Wednesday the Obama administration’s plan to drop its lawsuit over the “morning after pill” and offer a form of emergency contraception over-the-counter without any age restrictions, winding down a controversy that has lasted for a decade.
Dennis: I'm starting to get the distinct impression you don't want to do this anymore."
---From Sarah Kernochan's 1998 film "Strike"(also released as "All I Wanna Do")