The author would like to thank Professor Caitlin E. Borgmann for her invaluable guidance in developing this Comment and for her position as an inspirational role model for feminist law students. The author would also like to thank Professor Ruthann Robson for her support and guidance through the writing and editing process. The author would finally like to thank the pro-choice activist community for its tireless efforts to improve access to emergency contraception. Making Plan B available without a prescription has helped to prevent unwanted and unintended pregnancies for countless women, including the author, and has facilitated the self-determination required to plan whether and when to have a family to women everywhere. For these reasons, access to Plan B is a legal issue that merits attention and requires continued examination and advocacy against discriminatory restriction of access.
Amanda L. Allen,
A Plan C for Plan B: A Feminist Legal Response to the Ways in Which Behind-the-Counter Emergency Contraception Fails Women,
N.Y. City L. Rev.
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