Federal judge lifts all restrictions on 'morning-after' pill sales
April 05, 2013
A US federal court has ruled that the government must allow over-the-counter sales of the “morning-after pill” to women of all ages.
Judge Edward Korman charged that the federal government was acting in “bad faith” by requiring a doctor’s prescription for sales of the pill to girls under the age of 17. The judge said that the pill must made be available without restriction within 30 days.
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Posted by: unum -
Apr. 05, 2013 5:55 PM ET USA
Judge Korman's actions clearly define "legislating from the bench" and are based on a progressive agenda to wrest the responsibility for raising minor children from their parents and give it to the government. A few federal judges need to be impeached to send a message to the rest that judicial legislation will not be tolerated. (Now, if we just had a Congress that enforced the Constitution instead of leaving it to the Courts ...)
Posted by: AgnesDay -
Apr. 05, 2013 2:22 PM ET USA
I just sold my stock in Teva. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.