Excerpts from this story referencing "emergency contraception":
"… ney “expanded access to abortion pills.” The law in question concerned emergency contraception, or “the morning-after pill” (now available over the counter), not the …"
"… en who are up to nine weeks pregnant. Instead, the law concerned access to emergency contraception, known as “the morning-after pill,” which even the National Right to L …"
"… a National Right to Life affiliate, told us the group’s position is that emergency contraception is “a possible abortifacient.” The issue is whether the drug stops ovu …"
"… planning services for low-income individuals. Those services would include emergency contraception, as well as a range of family-planning services, such as gynecological exa …"