Fight Erupts Over 'Plan B' Access In New York Schools
By: Joel Rose
October 1, 2012
Students at more than a dozen New York City high schools can now get the so-called morning-after pill without a prescription or a parent's consent. City health officials say they're taking the unusual step to prevent teen pregnancy and that parents can opt out if they wish. Still, many parents expressed outrage after the program was publicized.
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