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Morning after pill

Forget how Christine Quinn feels about stop-and-frisk or extending term limits—what really matters to the mayoral frontrunner is ensuring that 11-year-old girls gobble up fistfuls of the morning after pill like some sort of contraceptive M&Ms—according to the Post.
A federal judge has ordered the FDA to make the "morning-after" emergency contraception pill available to women of all ages without a prescription within the next thirty days.
Despite the advances that have been made, the Bronx still has the highest teen pregnancy rate in the country.
About 40 separate "school-based health centers" have distributed 12,721 doses of Plan B in 2011-12, more than two-times the amount given out in 2009-10.
Dolan is really unhappy with condoms being distributed at schools, too.
A doctor with the American Academy of Pediatrics also called it "awesome."
Over a dozen public schools around the city have begun to give out morning-after pills such as Plan B.
"Although many people think sperm and egg unite immediately after sex, sperm need time to position themselves."
Dolan said, "Historically this represents a challenge and a compromise of our religious liberty."
The morning after pill could be on the shelves with condoms, sponges and spermicides.
A month after a federal judge ruled that the Food and
A federal judge in Brooklyn said the Food and Drug Administration
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