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First Post-Ginsberg Ruling Expected from SCOTUS

On July 14 a Maryland Federal District Judge moved to nullify FDA safety restrictions on chemical abortion requiring physician supervision. The judge argued this requirement is a substantial obstacle for women during a pandemic.  Removing doctors from chemical abortion administration allows drugs to be mailed to women directly. The FDA appealed the ruling and defended

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Why Judge Korman’s Plan B Decision Is Wrong

Judge Edward Korman struck down a decision by Kathleen Sebelius to ban dispensing to minors over-the-counter “Emergency Contraception” known as Plan B. His decision is bad for for medicine, bad for women, and bad for parents. Plan B is made of a synthetic, non-biodegradable, steroid suspected of causing cancer in the smaller daily dose commonly

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