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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Shippensburg University Of Pennsylvania
Shippensburg University students are finding a way to get the cafeteria's leftovers onto the plates of hungry people.
Controversy has surrounded Shippensburg University, in Pennsylvania, ever since it decided to provide Plan B, commonly referred to as the "morning-after pill," in a college campus vending machine along with condoms and other forms of birth control.
One of Shippensburg University's most famous alumni on Wednesday blasted the school's decision to sell the morning-after contraceptive Plan B pill in a campus vending machine.
Students at a Pennsylvania university can obtain the "morning-after" pill from an unusual source — a vending machine at the campus health center.
Students at a central Pennsylvania university can now obtain the "morning-after" contraceptive pill from an unusual source — a vending machine at the campus health center.
Students at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania can get the "morning-after" pill by sliding $25 into a vending machine, an idea that has drawn the attention of federal regulators and raised questions about how accessible emergency contraception should be.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is gathering facts about a vending machine at a Pennsylvania college that dispenses the "morning-after" pill.