Blasting 'Political' Intervention, Judge Orders End of Age Restriction for Morning-After Pill

, New York Law Journal

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The FDA had been preparing to let emergency contraceptives be sold without a prescription or age limit when, on Dec. 7, 2011, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius overruled FDA scientists and said the age restrictions should remain in place.

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  • PeteF

    I Wonder if Judge Korman tossed and turned in his bed the night before he made this decision? I wonder if Mrs.Korman offered him advice on this subject? That is what Judge Korman told a journalist when he was interviewed for a profile piece.

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