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Posted: 12/17/2010 9:53:26 AM EDT
"On a 5-1 vote at a meeting in Renton, the board stopped the rule-making
process it had started in August that could have led to allowing
pharmacists to refer patients to another pharmacy for "time-sensitive"
medication, including Plan B and hundreds of other drugs."

"Plan B is not the abortion pill RU-486. It contains a high dose of a
drug found in many regular birth-control pills and prevents ovulation or
fertilization of an egg."

State Pharmacy Board won't change 'Plan B' rule

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