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An indebted America is the land of the free no more
Topic - Denise Bradley
A morning-after birth control pill that set off a bruising court battle and forged an unusual alliance between President Obama and social conservatives has hit store shelves and increasingly will become available without any restrictions.
The drug maker at the heart of a legal fight over access to emergency contraception said Friday it got the green light to offer its one-pill product to customers of all ages, who will not need a prescription or identification to purchase it.
"We believe we'll see more widespread availability in the coming weeks and continue to work with our retail customers to help with the transition," she said.
Teva spokeswoman Denise Bradley said Friday the company has "already seen the product on sale" in store aisles.