The federal judge labelled the government’s refusal to grant broader access to the pill “arbitrary, capricious, and unreasonable.” The FDA and the Department of Health and Human Services said they are reviewing the decision and declined further comment.


A federal judge has ruled that the Unites States government must make the most common morning-after pill available over the counter for all ages, instead of requiring a prescription for girls 16 and under.

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