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Plan B abortion pills vs. Sudafed guess which one is easier for children to purchase?

Posted in Parental Rights, Plan B with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 12, 2013 by saynsumthn

A Stunning undercover video from Students for Life of America, reveals that Plan B is now sold over-the-counter to anyone, including minors, with no questions asked. However, the same young women who can purchase this potentially abortion-causing drug (without a doctor’s exam or parent’s consent) cannot purchase a common cold medicine, Sudafed. Get more details about this video and what you can do at http://www.ExposePlanB.com.

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Meanwhile: Pro-aborts bully pharmacies who restrict access to the abortion drug: Plan B

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The radically pro-abortion group, National Women’s Liberation (NWL) roamed pharmacies in New York City Saturday to protest pharmacies that restrict over-the-counter access to Plan B One-Step.

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According to the pro-abortion blog RH Reality Check, “NWL’s “Morning-After Pill Brigade” targeted five pharmacies near Union Square with an attention-getting, street-theater-style action that pointed out problems with Plan B accessibility to shoppers and management. Group leaders would loudly announce to the store that the brigade was looking for the morning-after pill. Group members then would disperse, asking where the emergency contraception was and handing shoppers a letter to the pharmacy’s CEO.

This post from the group’s facebook page states, “NWL Activists are encouraged that Duane Reade has freed Plan B One-Step from the locked boxes.”

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Obama’s Health and Human Services head, Kathleen Sebelius, overruled FDA drug regulators for the first time in history and rejected making it over-the-counter and available without a prescription to women of all ages. Purchasers still need to show ID to buy it.

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The group National Women’s Liberation has been fighting for access to the morning-after abortion pill through a federal lawsuit with a decision expected in the next week.

At Tuesday’s action, dozens of people stocked boxes of Plan B on the shelves and called for it to be in front of the counter — not behind it. Brooke Eliazar-Macke, the organizer of the event, said she joined the lawsuit in part because of her own experience.

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The good news is that CVS management refused to answer the pro-abort’s questions about why Plan B One-Step was not stocked, instead threatening to call the police and telling the radicals to leave.