Teens and the morning after pill

A judge's ruling means girls under 17 may soon have over-the-counter access to the emergency contraceptive. Full Story »

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Katie Sells
by Katie Sells - Mar. 2, 2011

This articles does a good job at avoiding bias. It represents both sides will but this story definitely shapes how readers will think about Plan B. By delivering both sides of the issue the readers can see that Plan B isn't harmful medically but, in providing it to minors, Plan B could promote promiscuity. But, based on the last paragraph and the quote from Dr. Anita Nelson, this article does lean toward the pro-Plan B side. This article does a good job debunking myths about Plan B and in doing so it makes Plan B sound more appealing to readers.

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