Skip to comments.FDA weighs putting Plan B morning-after pill on drugstore shelves
Posted on 12/07/2011 6:14:09 AM PST by dreamingly
The federal government is grappling with the explosive question of whether to let anyone of any age buy the controversial morning-after pill Plan B directly off drugstore and supermarket shelves without a prescription.
The Food and Drug Administration has until Wednesday to respond to a request from the drugs manufacturer to make the pill as easy to get as toilet paper and toothpaste, a move pushed by some doctors, health advocates, family-planning activists, members of Congress and others to help women prevent unwanted pregnancies.
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They also want to remove age limits for the product, meaning any 12 year old can take their lunch money and buy it.
That’s partially sarcastic, however, as the product is slated to sell for $50 a box.
I smell a black market opportunity!
These are the same idiots who want to regulate our vitamins and other supplements....because “they know what’s best for us.”
However, they rush to make it easier to put the abortifacient morning after pill on the shelves of many pharmacies and other markets....without mentioning the dangers of ectopic pregnancies, etc.