Citing Politics, Judge Will Let 2nd Circuit Stay His Plan B Access Order

Citing Politics, Judge Will Let 2nd Circuit Stay His Plan B Access Order

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Saying that the U.S. secretary of Health and Human Services is playing politics and that the Food and Drug Administration inked a "sweetheart" deal with Teva Women's Health, a New York federal judge on May 10 granted only a temporary stay of his order for unrestricted sale of the Plan B emergency contraceptives and said the government will have to ask a federal appeals court to issue its own stay because he doubts its likelihood of success (Annie Tummino v. Margaret Hamburg, et al., No. 12-763, E.D. N.Y.).

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