Over-the-counter oral contraception is caught up in politics
Over the past several years, a small cadre of socially conservative policymakers and candidates, often hailing from swing states, have started to promote the idea of moving oral contraceptives over the counter as a supposed compromise in the political fight over contraception and, more broadly, reproductive health.
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