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Morning-after pill could be available to all

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  • Hutterite American Fork, UT
    April 6, 2013 10:09 a.m.

    Another shot at the obama administration. There can't be anyone in utah unhappy about this victory for freedom.

  • Terry Sandy, UT
    April 6, 2013 8:21 p.m.

    So lets sell instant birth control to 12-17 year old girls without any parental knowledge or permission! If you are 18, then I have no problem making this available without a prescription, but if you are under 18, it should be against the law to distribute this to children without parental permission as a pregnant young girls means that at best statuatory rape has occured because they are a minor and in cases of girls under 14, it is considered full rape if the partner is more than a couple years older. Just another excuse to break down society and promote sexual promiscuity to children as they can now wipe away the extreme consequences without telling their parents! I and most conservatives and democrats (except the feminist and anti-god ones) would agree allowing children of any age to buy this is an outrage and another case of a liberal judge legislating their immoral opinions into law from the bench!