Monday, April 15, 2013

Missouri Bill Could Affect Availability of Contraception

Branson Tri-Lakes News: Birth control availability may decrease, by Kris Collins:  Image1

Missouri legislators are in the process of passing a bill that could affect the availability of birth control in Missouri.

Senate Bill 126, filed by Sen. David Sater, states, “no pharmacy licensed in this state shall be required to carry or maintain in inventory any specific prescription or nonprescription drug or device.”

“This is a pro-business bill,” Sater said. “I just want to make sure businesses have freedoms. This is a pro-life bill, also.”. . .

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