GWU Vending Machine Dispenses ‘Morning After’ Pills

  • College students attending George Washington University can now access “morning after” pills using a new vending machine inside the student center.
  • The Washington, D.C.-based university is offering students the ability to purchase Plan-B, a name brand for emergency contraception pills, and other healthcare items like Tylenol, Advil, and feminine products, according to The Washington Post.
  • Contraceptive pills will be available at a $30 discounted rate, down from the $50 price tag typically found in pharmacies.
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