Do you think the “Plan B” morning-after pill should be sold over the counter?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on August 25, 2006
“No. I don’t think so. If a child has been conceived, no matter what stage it’s in, I think it’s murder to end that life.”
“Yeah it probably should be, because people are going to buy it anyway. So I think they should have age restrictions and keep it legal and accessible.”
“I don’t think it should be sold at all. It’s just too much of an easy way out.”
“I’m not really for it, but I could see where situations could arise where it would be useful. I like the idea of people having a choice, but I also think kids have a right to come into the world.”