President Barack Obama says he's OK with his administration's decision to allow 15 year-olds buy the morning-after pill over-the-counter.
Obama says the Food and Drug Administration's decision is based on "solid scientific evidence."
Before the FDA's move Tuesday, the age to be able to buy Plan B One-Step emergency contraception was 17, and it was sold behind the pharmacy counter.
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