Tummino v. Hamburg

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Friday, April 05, 2013

Description:  The Obama administration has dropped its challenge to a federal court order that requires the Food and Drug Administration to allow the Plan B drug, which many doctors believe can cause an abortion, to be sold over the counter to minors.


Obama admin.’s concern for young girls’ safety fades


Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Litigation Counsel Catherine Glenn Foster regarding the Obama administration’s decision to drop its opposition to a judge’s order in Tummino v. Hamburg that makes the Plan B abortion-inducing drug available over the counter to young girls without a prescription and without parental notice or consent:

“The lives and health of young girls should be more important than the bottom line of those who sell abortion-inducing drugs. President Obama has yet again sided with Planned Parenthood, his favorite political ally and the single largest distributor of Plan B drugs--drugs that can destroy a life. Whatever guides this administration in its decisions, it is apparently not the health and well-being of our daughters and granddaughters. The administration’s decision is nothing short of shameful.”

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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Previous news releases:

  • 2013-06-11: Obama admin.’s concern for young girls’ safety fades
  • 2013-04-05: Court order on abortion pills puts young girls at risk
  • 2009-06-29: ADF seeks to challenge order requiring FDA to disregard parental rights

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