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Judge Green Lights Exploitation of Girls With Over-the-Counter Morning After Pill Ruling

Bedtime_Stories Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 3:39 PM
The best scientific evidence we have indicates that the morning-after pill serves to block fertilization, while having no effect on implantation. That makes it contraception, not abortion. Anti-abortion groups had solid grounds to oppose the morning-after pill when its function was unclear. But given what we now know, it's a grave mistake to keep opposing it. In fact, there are grounds for celebration. The morning after pill, a drug once believed to produce abortion is found to prevent abortion.
VeritasDeTejan Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 4:00 PM
Oh, you read the box label study. Now try reading the peer-reviewed studies and see what you come up with.

Marketing aside, it does block implantation among other things.
Kirk72 Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 3:42 PM
That is not the point of the Judgement, it is that minors that can not buy antibiotics, can buy this.
Smitty41inPB Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 3:41 PM
wrong it does 3 things only 1 of them being ovulation, read up and get back to us, if a fertilized egg is present it prevents it from remaining thus an abortion.

Your kids can't drink soda, take Tylenol at school, bring homemade cupcakes to their classrooms etc. and adults can't get certain allergy medicines or Sudafed without showing a proper form of government identification to a pharmacist yet a judge has ruled that the morning after pill, better known as Plan B, should be made available on the store shelves for girls of any age. That's right, Plan B will be made available to any girl, at any age, at any time with zero parental consent.

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