Pentagon to Offer Emergency Contraception to Military Bases Worldwide

Pentagon to Offer Emergency Contraception to Military Bases Worldwide

WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon for the first time is requiring military bases worldwide to offer emergency contraception or the so-called morning-after pill.

Defense Department spokeswoman Cynthia Smith says the decision follows a recommendation by an independent panel of doctors and pharmacists in November. It said emergency contraception should be added to the military's list of medications that must be stocked at each military facility.

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Pentagon to Offer Emergency Contraception to Military Bases Worldwide

WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon for the first time is requiring military bases worldwide to offer emergency contraception or the so-called morning-after pill.

Defense Department spokeswoman Cynthia Smith says the decision follows a recommendation by an independent panel of doctors and pharmacists in November. It said emergency contraception should be added to the military's list of medications that must be stocked at each military facility.

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What's next? Free abortions courtesy of the taxpayers?

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What's next? Free abortions courtesy of the taxpayers?

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I believe it is understood that these 'morning after' (or "emergency postcoital contraception") drugs can also act as abortifacients after fertilization occurs.

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