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In ‘truly bizarre’ situation, FDA, DOJ and federal judge differ on ‘Plan B’ pill sale to teens

May 2, 2013, 11:15 am CDT

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It will be interesting to see how different pharmacies react to this development.

By Yankee on 2013 05 02, 1:10 pm CDT

@ 1: Better start prayin’ dude. My local chain-which-shall-not-be-named actually “believes” the indigent alcoholics who tell them they left their driver’s licenses at home. Of course they do LOOK like they’re older than 21, but they still have to show the ID.

By BMF on 2013 05 02, 7:44 pm CDT

It’s bizarre and unprecedented for a federal agency and a judge to disagree?

By Fred on 2013 05 04, 7:34 am CDT

Let me get this straight.  It is OK for welfare mothers on the dole to get free late-term abortions courtesy of our tax dollars, while responsible teenagers paying their own money to prevent a pregnancy in its earliest stages is a terrible thing?  Chalk one up for confusion about freedom, responsibility and the use of our tax dollars by our government to corrupt entitled freeloading voters.

By sunforester on 2013 05 06, 1:52 pm CDT

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