Thursday, April 23, 2009

17 Years Old, and Not Your Daughter Anymore: FDA

Ah, the wonders of having Federal judges and a Federal agency!

Seventeen-year-olds will soon be able to buy the "morning after" emergency contraceptive without a doctor's prescription, after the Food and Drug Administration bowed to a federal judge's order Wednesday.

Just in time for senior prom!!

Here's the name of the perpetrator:

U.S. District Judge Edward Korman...ordered the FDA to let 17-year-olds get the birth control pills. He also directed the agency to evaluate whether all age restrictions should be lifted

The kind of guy you want living next door, ya know.

2 comments:

Shock said...

Edward Korman

"Chemical Eddie"

Deekaman said...

Why not 12? I mean, kids are having sex at 12 now, so why not make it available to 12 year-olds?