PARKER: Keep Plan B out of children's hands
WASHINGTON -- They lost me at the word "women."
As so often happens with contemporary debate, arguments being proffered in support of allowing teenagers as young as 15 (and possibly younger) to buy the "morning-after pill" without adult supervision are false on their premise.
Here's an experiment to demonstrate.
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