Wake-Up Call: Emergency Contraception

Emergency contraception was invented in the 1960’s to prevent victims of sexual assault from becoming pregnant, but has still not been made available to consumers on an over the counter basis. This year, the General Assembly is expected to weigh in on the issue, as well as other abortion-related issues. Planned Parenthood is holding a Pro-Choice lobby day on February 1. On this week’s edition of WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call, Rick Moore speaks with Becky Reid is a grassroots organizer for the group and Kim Lo is a volunteer.

In the monologue, Rick muses about a new drug being created to help people forget traumatic events.

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