Morning-After Pill: Week of Action May 13-17
WORD, National Women's Liberation and others are joining together for a week of action May 13-17 in cities across the United States to demand an end to the Obama administration's interference with women's access to safe, legal and affordable emergency contraception without ID and age restrictions. The Obama administration is attempting to placate the right wing at the expense of women’s basic reproductive rights.
We demand affordable access for all, without restrictions!
Join us, or organize an action in your city.
Tuesday, May 14: New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington D.C., New Haven, Albuquerque, Syracuse, Chicago, Sacramento, Seattle and more!
Friday, May 17: Gainesville (FL)
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Court Denies Government's Motion to Stay Order that Morning-After Pill Be Made Available Without Restrictions
Judge Edward R. Korman Calls Government Argument "frivolous," "for the purpose of delay" and "largely an insult to the intelligence of women"
In a scathing decision, U.S. District Court Judge Edward R. Korman has denied the Obama administration's Motion to Stay his Order from April 5, 2013, requiring that emergency contraception be made available without age and point-of-sale restrictions.
Calling the government's appeal of his order "frivolous and ... taken for the purpose of delay," Judge Korman rejected the government's efforts to continue to deprive women and girls in the United States access to Morning-After contraceptives. His Memorandum and Order calls the conduct of Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius in blocking access "politically motivated, scientifically unjustified, and contrary to agency precedent" and a decision "so unpersurasive as to call into question her good faith."
The Opinion calls the Obama administration's argument "largely an insult to the intelligence of women."
Tell Obama to Stop Restricting Access to the Morning After Pill: Send a letter now!