You can sum up the solution in just three letters: OTC.
If you're really worried about access, cost and even innovation in birth control and even abortion-inducing drugs, the answer is making these drugs available over the counter without a prescription.
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First, let's talk cost. Even with the prescription requirements, the cost of buying birth control in America is extremely low. Walmart, Target and the explosion of nationwide drug-store chains have helped bring those costs down over the past 25 years. But the prices would go even lower as all drugs do when they make the shift from RX to OTC availability.
Second, let's talk safety. Did you know that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists officially recommended that birth-control pills be made available over the counter more than a year and a half ago? Well, it did and it noted all the relevant medical concerns and responsibly blew them all away.
Third, let's talk reality. Could this work? Well, it works in 91 countries all over the world. And the journal "Contraception" looked at the statistics and determined the practice was overwhelmingly safe.
Okay now we can invite the political types back into the room because sadly, we won't be able to make this happen without them.
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But there's good news here, too. It's not just liberal types who want to improve access to birth control with little or no restrictions.
Conservative Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal jumped on this issue almost immediately after the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists called for making birth control available over the counter. In a December 2012 speech, Jindal insisted that anti-abortion Republicans must not be the enemies of birth control for many reasons especially political ones. Jindal rightfully predicted that the Democrats would make birth-control access a weapon to use against the GOP, and he has been calling for the OTC solution as a way to disarm that weapon ever since.