A European version of the “morning-after pill” that is identical in formula to Plan B One-Step in the U.S. will update its packaging to show that it is not effective in women over 176 pounds.
Chris details the story of a woman who has reappeared 11 years after walking away from her family, the decision to offer Plan B over the counter to girls as young as 15, and the third day of deliberations in the Kermit Gosnell trial. He also talks to Senator Pat Toomey, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, and Scott Wagner, owner of Penn Waste Inc.
“This is a long overdue decision,” says Carol Tracey, executive director of the Women’s Law Project in Philadelphia.
Chris discusses John Boehner’s failure to pass his “Plan B” alternative and runs down Mayor Michael Nutter’s top ten songs of 2012. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Public Welfare, Gary Alexander, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about what could be Andy Reid’s last home game as Eagles Head Coach, and Comedian Ian Bagg.
Chris debates President Obama’s decision to institute a commission to examine and propose solutions to gun violence, discusses John Boehner’s “Plan B” to avert the fiscal cliff, and asks if you will cheer Andy Reid at the end of his Eagle’s tenure. He talks to Comedian Andrew Dice Clay about his New Year’s Eve Showtime special and Matt Ritter, the creator of the new show, Chained to My Ex on MSNBC.
Chris reviews Speaker of the House John Boehner’s “Plan B” to avert the fiscal cliff crisis, the continued media coverage of the Newtown school shooting, and the efforts to use the shooting to implement stricter gun control. He also talks to Author Clayton Cramer about the difficulties of institutionalizing the mentally ill.
Chris talks to New Jersey State Senator Jim Whelan about electronic gambling in Atlantic CIty, Steve Cordasco about a bank settlement on mortgage abuses, Beasley Reece about Phillies Spring Training and Comedian Bob Marley.
At Shippensburg University, students can now get more than snacks from a vending machine.
In a surprise move the nation’s Health Secretary stopped Plan B, the morning-after pill, from being available to girls under the age of 17, without a prescription.