Regarding the Obama administration limiting access of the “morning-after pill” without a prescription to girls 15 years and older — a decision by a federal court had previously made it available to all ages — we have the New York Times on the left:

Lack of access to safe contraception will not stop adolescents from having sex. Girls who have sex should not be punished with unintended pregnancies.

The Washington Times on the right:

[...] Congress can’t build the momentum needed to ditch Plan B in favor of Plan A, or abstinence, which works every time it’s tried.

And then the Washington Post:

If Congress and the president want to consider whether the sale of emergency contraceptives to young teenagers has unique moral implications that demand special government restrictions, they should have that debate.

@eScarry

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