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Tuesday, September 08, 2009
New York federal judge dismiss lawsuit against the FDA, challenging sale of Plan B "morning-after" pill to 17-year-olds
Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) represented Concerned Women for America, the Christian Medical & Dental Associations, and Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International in the case. Steve Aden is an ADF attorney.

"The judge said that the plaintiffs didn't have the legal right to bring a lawsuit to challenge the over-the-counter switch for Plan B, even though they were comprised of doctors' groups, pharmacists, and parents whose interests were directly tied to the availability of Plan B over the counter," he explains.

The lawsuit was filed because Aden's clients believed that a female's life and health are worth more than Planned Parenthood's bottom line or the political agenda of pro-abortion groups.

"And that a drug that can be dangerous if not used properly, or if indications of labeling are disregarded, as they could very well be by minors who are not mature in judgment, could be dangerous to the young woman," he notes. "But all this didn't matter to the court."

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