Bill would allow pharmacists in Arkansas to give birth control without prescription
Wed, 01/16/2019 – 17:05
Proposed legislation in Arkansas would permit pharmacists in the state to dispense oral contraceptives without a prescription. The measure, which has been referred to the Public Health, Welfare, and Labor Committee in the House, would allow pharmacists to provide birth control to individuals age 18 years or older. The bill was introduced by state Rep. Aaron Pilkington (R-Clarksville).
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