Democrats say such amendments would “ban IUDs, the morning-after pill, in-vitro fertilization, and all abortions.”
Abortion pills should be available in pharmacies like the morning-after pill.
There was similar opposition to birth control, the morning-after pill—every contraceptive.
morning-after pill morn·ing-af·ter pill (môr'nĭng-āf'tər)
A pill containing a drug, especially an estrogen or estrogen substitute such as diethylstilbestrol, that prevents implantation of a fertilized ovum and is therefore effective as a contraceptive after sexual intercourse.