What does the mifepristone case mean for Plan B? The difference between the two explained.

Mar 26, 2024 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

49% : Some insurers and Medicaid plans cover abortion pills, according to Plan C, which hosts a guide to accesses abortion pills per state with financial information.
49% : It works by delaying ovulation with a hormone called levonorgestrel, according to Planned Parenthood.
48% : Abortion advocates say the pill should not lose its FDA approval, citing decades of safety and efficacy in patients across the nation.
42% : This conflation between the two medications is by "design," said Singiser, who said the anti-abortion movement has intentionally framed contraception as an "abortifacient" and worked to codify laws that state life begins at immediate conception, paving the way for legal battles on contraception and IVF, such as the recent attack on IVF in Alabama after the state's high court determined frozen embryos could be considered children.

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