Bill obliges hospitals to give emergency contraception
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, December 3, 2007
Supporters of a bill that would require hospitals to dispense emergency contraception for sexual assault victims said they have enough votes to adopt the bill in the Assembly this month. But they are still facing a challenge from those who oppose the measure and say hospitals shouldn't be forced into such a mandate.
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