Law360, New York (May 6, 2013, 8:02 PM EDT) -- Emergency contraception advocates asked a New York federal judge Monday to reject the Food and Drug Administration's challenge to an order that would force the FDA to allow the morning-after pill to be sold over the counter with no restrictions, ahead of a Tuesday hearing on the FDA's stay motion.
The advocates, plaintiffs in the case, said women would continue to be harmed if the FDA's motion was granted pending its appeal to the Second Circuit.
“Women of all ages have waited over 12 years for...
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