On birth control access, 2024 primary and S.C.’s great day – Statehouse Report


STATEHOUSE REPORT |  ISSUE 21.48 |  DEC. 2, 2022

BIG STORY: State slowly expands birth control access at pharmacies
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State slowly expands birth control access at pharmacies

Contraceptive alternatives; Photo via Unsplash.

By Samantha Connors  |  It’s taken a few months, but a measure to expand birth control access at pharmacies is finally getting some traction. The South Carolina General Assembly in May passed the Pharmacy Access Act to create an alternative way for women to get access to birth control — directly from pharmacists. Last month, the S.C. Board of Medical Examiners and S.C. Board…

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