Thursday, April 23, 2009

17Year-Olds Set To Use 'Morning-After-Pill'

Another sign that this administration is on track to becoming the most Pro-Abortion in U.S. history.

The FDA is set to make the decision to okay the use of Plan B or as it's more appropriately called the 'Morning-After-Pill', available over the pharmacy counter with I.D. .

Supporters of this contraception say it will prevent abortions which to me is like saying suicides prevent heart attacks.

Makes no sense.

Judge Korman is ruling on this with a little help from his friends...

In his ruling, Judge Korman said that FDA staffers were told the White House had been involved in the decision on Plan B. The government said in court
papers that politics played no role.

And still we have those that insist that Mr. Obama and his administration are pro-life oriented.

FDA Set to OK 'Morning-After-Pill' for 17 Year-Olds.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the agency will announce that it is complying with a federal judge's order that overturns a Bush administration policy. The official was not authorized to speak publicly before the FDA announcement, expected later Wednesday.

Last month, U.S. District Judge Edward Korman ruled in a New York lawsuit that Bush administration appointees let politics, not science, drive their decision to allow over-the-counter access to these pills only for women 18 and older. Korman ordered the agency to let 17-year-olds get the medication, and separately to evaluate whether all age restrictions should be lifted.

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