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Should girls as young as fifteen be allowed to get the morning after pill without their parents' permission.
The government says yes but some parents think it's a prescription for disaster in joining us now fashion.
And quite good morning and a good morning thanks and good morning everybody on the controversial -- is now being moved from.
Behind the counter to over the counter and girls fifteen and older can purchase plan B.
Without a prescription or permission from their parents all they have to do is prove their age.
I don't really -- green because it's like they're ready yet again aids.
-- -- send you know -- thanks in the first place that's really ridiculously young aides have to -- of that at all.
All until now women had to ask a pharmacist for emergency contraception and those under seventeen could only get the morning after pill with a prescription.
Critics say plan B is the equivalent of an abortion pill when doctor saying the FDA's decision will lead to more sexually active teenagers.
You can parents in the dark and you're having children navigate the dangerous waters and sexuality.
So we have these Houston unsupervised fashion.
There's going to be the -- any which is whatever contraception are using -- plan B when plan B fails they're gonna go get an abortion and their parents have never gonna know about it.
Planned Parenthood on the other hand calling the decision an important step forward to expand access to emergency contraception so.
We -- you folks so what do you think about this Laurie writes in -- say one must be eighteen to buy cigarettes but it fifteen young girl can take a pill without parental consent.
The moral compass isn't broken in America it's been completely obliterated.
And Pierre says this I -- -- thoroughly disgusted that my daughter under the age of fifteen might be able to terminate my grandchild.
This must not be allowed without parental consent over the counter sales of plan B is set to happen in just a few months -- a -- -- All right -- thanks very Montana.
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