Argentina Removes Prescription Requirement for Emergency Contraception: A Win for Reproductive Rights 

In a significant move, Argentina has eliminated the need for a prescription to obtain emergency contraception, commonly known as the morning-after pill. The government believes that this change will remove a crucial barrier for individuals seeking to prevent unplanned pregnancies. The decision has been applauded by feminist groups as a step forward in a country where the Catholic Church holds significant influence. Argentina’s health ministry asserts that this measure will address the challenges of limited access to healthcare services, contraception supplies, and education, ultimately reducing unintentional pregnancies. While pro-life groups express concerns about promoting what they consider “abortive measures,”

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